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    What is this thing?

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by Dat boi blu, Dec 29, 2017.

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      I don’t think my my Muskie is interested in a tiny worm, and any little fish that I can try to put in to eat it will be gone in 2 seconds. THAT I CAN TELL YOU.
       
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      Awesome,lets see this Muskie!
      Small fish such as guppies,bettas and paradise fish go after those worms.Odd that there is only one present as they usually appear in groups.
       
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      Here’s Stich eating a flathead minnow about a month ago.
      I have a albino channel cat with him now both 5 inch’s long. I named the cat Leo.
       
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      Yeah
       
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      Nice and great slow motion capture.....I had one about that size a few months ago but it died during a power outage that the area went through.
       
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      We get a lot of power outages where I live, which is why I let The algae grow in my tanks so my fish will always have oxygen, or at least have it for a much longer period of time.
       
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      Sad as it was as I hated loosing the little guy but it was kind of for the better as I don't enjoy fooling around with live feeder fish.
       
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      I prefer butterworms, large mealworms ,and crickets. A good variety in his diet. I try the same with my bass but now he’s eating pellet food with the koi and large goldfish.
       
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