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Questions about my wolf fish diet

Discussion in 'Other Characins' started by xTylerLairx, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. xTylerLairx

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    Okay so I have two commons in a 125g. Right now they are about 6 inches each and are eating rosy feeders like candy. I want my babies to have a balanced diet. Anyone have any advice on a a varied diet for maximum grown while maintaining health and color. I love these things. They have so much personality


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    Try adding in some shrimp, blood worms, and tilapia. Maybe some earthworms. If you have a seperate feeder tank you could gut load the rosies or breed convicts.
     
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    I actually have a 10g with 120 feeders in it that SHOULD last the week. Any tips on gut loading these feeders for my bad boys( boy and girl :D). I literally waited 3 years for these to be in my area


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    The nightcrawlers are the best thing u can do for them diet wise. My old mala grew at a massive rate. But if u feed them worms all the time its hard to get them on anything else so do it once a day or every other day

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    At 4 and 6 inches think they can handle a night crawler now. Or what worms are bwst


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    This! Mine went from 5-6 inches to over 17.5 inches in a year.
     
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    Just any bait shop night crawlers?! Do they really go that crazy for them?


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    Even at smaller sizes they can handle a big worm?


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    Yes they can

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