http://goo.gl/NXuhvD Are you upgrading to a bigger tank but having difficulty catching your fish to move them into their new home?
Do you have an aggressive fish that is bullying your other aquarium inhabitants that you'd like to remove and relocate?
Catching aquarium fish that are small, fast and/or potentially dangerous to handle pose a real challenge to aquarists. Our aquarium inhabitants are delicate creatures, so it's important to treat them gently if/when it comes time to move them. Nets are the most common way aquarium hobbyists catch and remove fish from their tanks. However, sometimes a net is an inferior tool for catching craftier or especially skittish tank residents.
Fortunately, there is very cool tool that does accomplish this difficult task: a fish trap!
In today's Marine Depot video, Robert demonstrates how to bait and catch aquarium fish safely using a simple acrylic fish trap. All it requires is some tasty fish food, an inexpensive fish trap and a little patience.
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