I am new to the website and looking for a little advice. I have a 60 gallon freshwater planted aquarium. The issue is, I started with 6 Columbian Tetras along with various other fish. Now I have about 20 Columbian Tetras and I don't know what to do with them. I didn't plan on them breeding, so now my tank is sufficiently over-stocked. My water is fine, but I think some of the other fish (one Angel, 3 Rainbows, and 4 red-eyed Tetras) are beginning to get a little stressed because there is not enough room for them all. I have tried to catch them (net) but it is impossible. I am sure they are breeding because my tank is heavily planted with lots of places to hide...which is exactly why I can't seem to catch any of them. I put some Juli Cori's from another of my tanks into this one hoping they will eat the eggs and keep my problem from getting worse. I realize how stupid this sounds, but is there any way to catch the babies other than a net and other than destroying my plants to get to them?