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Master of the Pit
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May 25, 2019
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clifish clifish It also amazes me people buy oscars anymore, but they do. That Pacu is about ad vegitarian as you or I are. Pretty sure he just had to adapt to survive. We sell quite a few arrowana and things also that get big. I just make sure to warn people they get huge.
Oscars are not too bad they get to be a foot, I have bred them before. Arrowana's get to 3' and like to jump. I know people that had to keep bricks on the cover just to keep them in a tank. If I lived someplace warmer I would love to have a couple of them in a pond.

I aslo don't undestand why stores sell 3" SA red tail cats, they get 6'+

Steve H

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I used to grow Oscars. Small scale. Only had 4 30-gallon tanks. I enjoyed these fish. They do have character. Once they got around 7-8"I would post them for sale. They would sell fast. Profit wasn't there. But the entertainment was.
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Master of the Pit
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