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first post for Hawaii w00t!

Posted 29 October 2005 - 06:36 AM (#1) User is offline   steve1337 

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Coral reef has best selection, but expensive

Pet outlet has best deals on tanks


thats all I can tihnk of for now

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Posted 29 October 2005 - 10:16 AM (#2) User is offline    

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its about damn time...

Posted 10 December 2005 - 03:19 AM (#3) User is offline   JYUB 

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FYI nobody sells them (P's) in Hawaii.

But they are easly obtainable....(Lake wilson has them wild!)
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2 blind catfish
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Sophia's green spotted puffer (fat basterd)
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Posted 26 December 2005 - 08:27 PM (#4) User is offline    

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View PostJYUB, on Dec 10 2005, 08:19 AM, said:

FYI nobody sells them (P's) in Hawaii.

But they are easly obtainable....(Lake wilson has them wild!)


wonder whose the retard that let them go... i should go fishing for them. help the hawaiian eco system out

Posted 26 December 2005 - 08:51 PM (#5) User is offline   steve1337 

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I have seen no proof that Lake wilson has them.

If anything at all someone let 1 go, there are no piranha reproducing in that lake. I remember back when that scare happened. And if it was true there would be LOTS of them by now. Cuz that was many years ago...

Posted 23 April 2006 - 04:54 PM (#6) User is offline   JYUB 

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Oh, therrrres piranhas in them waters alright, my friend and I cought 2 red bellies while fishing. The clor was horrible, but I am pretty sure they are reds, theya re doing fine. Another guy that was down at the scholfield side, fishing, said he netted to of the black piranhas (so maybee a rhom?) but he let it go.

That lake is infested with exotic/alien fish.....

have you ever even SEEN lake wilson? Its more like the amazon river, not a lake....

Its PERFECT for theses type of fish.

I dont mind that some retard back in 1998 or whatever let them go, I mean no can swim in that water anyway....
-10 gall
1 blue tiger Oscar 5"
-20 gall
2 blind catfish
-10 gall
Sophia's green spotted puffer (fat basterd)
-125 gall
4 Caribas, 3 Ternetziss, 2 Blue tiger Oscars.
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