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Ocean Nutrition Feeding Frenzy Feeding Prong

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Ocean Nutrition

The "Feeding Frenzy" Feeding Prong is an excellent tool for close-up feeding of Lionfish, Groupers, Oscars and other predators. Simply skewer Silversides, feeders, or Krill with this "invisible" acrylic prong and use a "wiggle-action" to trigger the feeding response.

BEST USED FOR: Feeding carnivorous fish by attaching skewer Silversides, Krill, chunks of squid, etc. for feeding of predators.


Manufacturer Info

Ocean Nutrition
Salt Creek manufactures and markets speciality feeds for aquaculture. Since the inception of the company in 1992, it has become a premier global supplier of hatchery feed, with an emphasis on Artemia cysts (brine shrimp egg). Salt Creek produces a wide range of hatchery feeds, enrichments, farm feeds enhancements, and specialty products.

KYLE KASPAR from HIGH RIDGE, MO UNITED STATES

09/12/2012

Experience Level: Intermediate

not for feeding at all!!!

but if ya wanta keep your hands outta your nano at the price this is great!! it's also a way to point out stuff in the tank, I have pushed pieces of frozen krill THROUGH the tip of it to feed anemones but its better they rename this so people don't expect it to hold food so well.

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JUSTIN OBERT from MORRIS, IL UNITED STATES

08/15/2012

Experience Level: Intermediate

Feeding frenzie

Doesn't hold onto food well at all. Disappointed but can't say much for a dollar that it cost.

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Tim from SCHAUMBURG, IL

06/02/2011

Experience Level: Intermediate

Not bad for the cost

I agree with the other review. It needs some teeth to hold the food on better. Overall not bad though

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woobie11 from TUCSON, AZ UNITED STATES

10/24/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

Feeding Prong

Prong needs to be stiffer, slightly longer-(6-10"), and with a split-open end w/ small teeth to help hold items in it's grip.

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