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FS: Yellow tail Blue Damsel (GET HIM NOW!)


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    Default FS: Yellow tail Blue Damsel (GET HIM NOW!)

    Yellow tail blue damsel: $2.

    Come get him NOW. He's already bagged and ready

    Dave
    Last edited by whites97; 04-10-2011 at 01:45 PM.

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    Big one? I'd be tempted if you're a bit closer.

    FYI- He likely won't make the night in a bag. Unforutnately this is a lesson I learned the hard way before. You can take a plastic container (the kind with the lids...Glad makes them and others) and drill holes in the sides and float him your tank until your ready to transport.

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    Yeah, he's fairly large... and FAT! He eats VERY well.

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