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How to Acclimate a Fish to a New tank. In this episode we talk about different techniques acclimating fish. Depending on where you are getting your fish from will depend on the way you want to acclimate. If you have your fish shipped in, it’s probably best to just put them straight into the tank without acclimating. You’ll be wanting to avoid the ammonia in the bank which turns to ammonium
If you’re bringing fish home from a fish store you could acclimate over the course of an hour.
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On the Aquarium Co-Op aquarium channel we focus on freshwater fish, tropical fish, aquatic plants and in general all freshwater aquariums. Our goal is to help take your pet fish and graduate you to an aquarium hobbyist. Aquarium fish in general we find are a great way to learn about ecosystems. Your fish aquarium will reconnect you with nature. If you’d like to take it to the next level, subscribe to aquariumcoop and check out our weekly videos.
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From Topwater to Swimbaits, we show you how to target big striped bass! If you’ve ever wanted to catch Striper on artificial lures, this information will help you be more successful. Come along for an exciting day on the water!
We begin throwing big swimbaits in the early morning hours. As the day unfolds we transition to a combination of swimbaits, topwater both big and small, and swim jigs. This combination allowed us to maximize our time on the water, increase or shot a big bites, without catching too many smaller fish.
Traditional striper fishing involves cut bait, rattle traps, and small topwater lures. These are all incredibly effective ways to catch striped bass, but they’re not great ways to consistently TARGET Big Striped Bass. We use a combination of swimbaits and topwater to eliminate the smaller bites and more effectively target the big bass that we’re searching for.
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John Higman speaks with Chad Lamberth and Arkansas Tournament Fishing about his decision to give away $86,000.00 of Bass Tournament winnings to a guy he met living in the street 13 years ago. In 2010 John Higman was caught cheating at the AR Big Bass Bonanza.