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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Default Dinner time!

    Some of you know that I feed my corals a product called Coral Extacy. This is how my Candy Cane thanks me What a beautiful sight..to me anyways

    IMG 0083 2 - Dinner time!
    IMG 0081 - Dinner time!
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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    SWEET!!!!!

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    How does it compare to coral frenzy? The canes definetly speak volumes.

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    I've never used Coral Frenzy so I can't honestly say. I do know that I've turned a few other reefers onto Coral Extacy and they've all reported back to me with wonderful reviews.
    I suggest you compare for yourself

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Great pic Jamie!
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!
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    Quote Originally Posted by burningbeard View Post
    How does it compare to coral frenzy? The canes definetly speak volumes.
    I have used both,the extacy is a higher zooplankton content and is a finer powder then frenzy. I have gotten much better results with the extacy. I have no issue with recommending the extacy over frenzy. I tried the extacy after reading Miz's review which turned into an ugly pro frenzy and sponsor protection response. I understand they are a sponsor and have used it for a long time, so figured what the heck I'll see what's the difference is. Totally sold on this food and am getting the best growth ,expansion and extension I have ever seen in the 20+ years of being in this hobby I only use frenzy(leftover jars) when I am waiting for my order's to arrive now.I recommend this product to anyone who wants to listen. So there is my .02. Great pic Miz and thanks for the heads up on this stuff !!

    Ok let the bashing begin. LOL.
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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by binford4000 View Post
    I have used both,the extacy is a higher zooplankton content and is a finer powder then frenzy. I have gotten much better results with the extacy. I have no issue with recommending the extacy over frenzy. I tried the extacy after reading Miz's review which turned into an ugly pro frenzy and sponsor protection response. I understand they are a sponsor and have used it for a long time, so figured what the heck I'll see what's the difference is. Totally sold on this food and am getting the best growth ,expansion and extension I have ever seen in the 20+ years of being in this hobby I only use frenzy(leftover jars) when I am waiting for my order's to arrive now.I recommend this product to anyone who wants to listen. So there is my .02. Great pic Miz and thanks for the heads up on this stuff !!

    Ok let the bashing begin. LOL.
    OMG!!! *ducks head and runnnnns for cover* LOL
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    Captain - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Dag. Thats some polyp extension.

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    Miz, awesome canes. Do you target feed, just dump it in, or...? Please share?

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    binford4000 - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by MizTanks View Post
    OMG!!! *ducks head and runnnnns for cover* LOL
    to funny eh. !
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