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    Post those Predator/Monster pics

    Where have all the predator/monster fish keeper folks gone?....everyone disappeared...let's see what ya got folks past present and future...I've been through a few

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    Oh boy this could take me a while , I'm working on fixing all the links...

    Part 1 the mixed monsters:

    First the current collection starting with The Bichirs , i keep laps, endlies,ornates , Senegals and dehelzi

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    Can't leave out the FRT , she's always an attention grabber in the tank

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    Here are two fish that came with a tank I bought. These aren't my pictures. I sold them to someone on MFK and they are his pictures.

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    Ridiculous, my window to edit timed out while replacing all the links so I retyped the whole damn thing and it wouldn't post.

    Can some with admin rights help out here??

    Ill do part 2 with the snakeheads and smaller preds later because typing that first one out twice has used up my patience .

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    Omg bailie theirs a problem with your pics does anyone see what I'm talking about look at the 3rd pic it's not a piranha I didn't think I'd ever see that another fish in your tank besides them I like the yellow belly piranha can you post a video of them eating a mouse or rat lol I'd love to see that I bet that wouldn't breath they would eat so fast

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    Those are all some impressive looking monsters. Love this thread.

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    Part 1.5 lol was bothering me leaving all the links , so ill just pick up where I left off in my first post but with corrected links...
    One more of the RTG

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    Past monsters (most taken out by my arowana when he turned nasty )

    Clown knives..
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    peacock bass ,

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    Big old Oscar
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    Spotted/Florida gars

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    Another big Indo

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    Motorola ray pair , unfortunatly the female died when she miscarried and i lost the male in the resulting tank crash afterward :(

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    This guy passed away a couple years ago and isn't a fish but was one if the coolest aquatic monsters I have ever owned, couldn't leave him out!

    P.trig dwarf caiman.

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    There are more but I don't have pics from back any further.. Also I'll have to snap some of the smaller bichirs like senegal, Dehelzi and ropes.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Guppies_pond Click here to enlarge
    Omg bailie theirs a problem with your pics does anyone see what I'm talking about look at the 3rd pic it's not a piranha I didn't think I'd ever see that another fish in your tank besides them I like the yellow belly piranha can you post a video of them eating a mouse or rat lol I'd love to see that I bet that wouldn't breath they would eat so fast
    Lol I know eh...waitll ya see the new project it'll be a pred tank that'll be the warzone of tanks. I already gave my list to oliver for fish for it.
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    Oh no I'd hate to be the food that goes in that one lol

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    And Devon you owned a crock or whatever it is holl I don't think anyone can top that predator lol I'd hate to feed him take a arm off

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    Wow very impressive jay and dev..... Wow!! Lots of Kool monsters!!

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    Prt 2 - the Channa

    Channa aurantimaculata

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Guppies_pond Click here to enlarge
    And Devon you owned a crock or whatever it is holl I don't think anyone can top that predator lol I'd hate to feed him take a arm off
    Thanks, and yes feeding can be tricky when they are excited. He got me a couple times over the years and nothing on earth has a bite as powerful as a croc, it's ridiculous even when small.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Juiceyfish Click here to enlarge
    Wow very impressive jay and dev..... Wow!! Lots of Kool monsters!!
    Thanks!

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    Wow some amazing pics and MF

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    awesome shots guys!!


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    Few more of my older ones...miss a few

    Giant Snakehead
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    Red bellies
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    Tocantins Rhom piranha
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    14" Piraya piranha
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    15" Black Pacu
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    Very nice

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    All very cool fish! I saw a young wolf fish today at Bayers Lake PU if anyone is looking for another monster.
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    I don't understand why Bayers lake PU has always stocked monsters/oddballs but none of the ones in nb do?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by crystalwaters Click here to enlarge
    All very cool fish! I saw a young wolf fish today at Bayers Lake PU if anyone is looking for another monster.
    Really....how big?
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