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    What kind cichlids in FL canals?

    Discussion in 'Fishing forum' started by MN_Rebel, Oct 23, 2008.

    1. Linh Nguyen

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      I'm not sure if all males are still sterile like they were years ago.
       
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      When is the best time of the year to try to catch them?
       
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      Any other good places for finding them, maybe Arizona, Texas?
       
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      Arizona mostly has tilapia,south Texas you can get mayans,plecos,hoplos, Texas cichlids
       
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      Kelly springs in wyoming, hot springs. Had cichlids, but they where recently killed off with poison.
       
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      Reminds me of tilapia in the snake river, they hang around hot springs in winter, but can appear just about anywhere in the snake in summer
       
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