Welcome to Monster Fish Keepers
The members of this forum have come together to share our knowledge and experiences of fish keeping. We want to answer your questions, offer advice and fill the galleries with pictures of the fish we have all grown to love.
We are a unique community of Fish Keepers who seriously take our hobby to extremes and the NEXT level. The majority of our fish collections include RARE & EXOTIC Species of all sizes, BIG FISH with BIG APPETITES and BIG TANKS. It's not easy for most people or other "regular" fish keepers to understand why we maintain this type of collection and spare no expense on this fascinating hobby.
Hopefully, through this site and discussion forums we can encourage the next generation of Monster Fish Keepers to have the same passion and love we have for the hobby and our Monster Fish.
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We're constantly striving to improve our community to help make your Monster Fish Keeping hobby fulfilling and interesting. Comments are welcome.
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should one tell me about uploading the image?
it's pretty awesome, but baby anguilla rostrata [american eels] are UV reactive, especially in their glass eel stage. too bad UV doesn't pick up on camera very easily, & almost impossible to get shots of. so badass to see a glowing head & spine line on those little monsters. not to mention these monstas are terribly cute with their little wingfins and are super personable. not enough love for these food items! <3
i also need more vampire shrimp, i love those guys. 3 is not
I have a baby flowerhorn which doesn't eat normal and put himself in a corner of tank, so what should I do for that?
Hello all community members. I am glad to join this community as I like to keep big fishes very much.
Set up my 50 gallon fry grow out today. Got already cycled media out of the parent's tank to have a completed cycle. Moved 8 of 18 fry into the grow out along with what I could find of the female's latest batch. I decided that there will be permanent residents to the tank including a very docile Paradise fish that gets bullied by everything else in all my other tanks and 6 Female Betta's along with my surviving 3 Neon tetra's and 4 Heteromorpha rasboras. Added an Albino Bristlenosed Pleco to the