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Thread: On The Move

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    Default On The Move

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    Hi Everyone,

    Well the time has come for me to move house. Moving a long distance, 2000kms
    This will mean a 24 hour drive and I need some good advise on moving my fish.

    What is the best way to go about the move in order to ensure the best outcome for my fish?

    Will be moving some Cory Cats and some Guppies.


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    optimally you'd use a plastic rubbermaid bin with a battery operated air pump attached to a seeded sponge filter. should work perfect unless you run into extreme temps.
    your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!

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    Default Thanks for the Advise

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    Thanks Crispy,

    Sounds easy enough, the temp here should be OK its our winter time so day time wont be over 25 degrees c. Is there any need to change water during the trip or should it be ok.

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    I think you'll be ok. some people won't feed the fish for a few days prior to a move to reduce ammonia and such that fish produce.
    your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!

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