Donkey Rig for Fishing Freshwater or Saltwater | Tandem Rig KastKing Tackle Tips Ft. 2Bears Outdoors



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Visit our Amazon storefront video here to shop all KastKing products: | Gus brings us his donkey rig creation that he uses often in southern Florida. Follow along as he describes hoe to rig the donkey rig, the various ways to rig and fish it, and what you can catch on it! Have you used the Donkey rig yet? Subscribe to KastKing here:

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Fishing the Donkey Rig – Kayak Fishing the Donkey Rig for Saltwater Fish | The KastKing Channel



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Visit our Amazon storefront video here to shop all KastKing products: | Subscribe to KastKing here: Gabe decided to take the Donkey rig out for some fishing. This was the testing trip. Do you know what the donkey rig is? Stay tuned for part two and a full run down of the rig. Check out Gabe’s channel below.

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KastKing brings a fresh, innovative approach to anglers by offering quality fishing tackle products at the best prices through Affordable Innovation. KastKing’s goal is to exceed expectations through outstanding customer service and superior product value to their customers. KastKing is continually expanding its product lines, which include KastKing (an ICAST Award Winning Manufacturer) fishing line, fishing reels (baitcasting reels, spinning reels, and conventional reels), fishing rods, fishing accessories, fly-fishing rods, fly reels and other fly fishing gear, to meet individual fishing equipment needs from amateur to bass pro for freshwater bass fishing, trout fishing, saltwater surf fishing, ice fishing, for virtually every fish species. KastKing is headquartered in Garden City, Long Island NY, USA and sells fishing tackle products globally in more than 150 countries.

How To Grow Marine Macro Algae | Planted Saltwater Aquarium



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How To Grow Marine Macro Algae | Planted Saltwater Aquarium

In this video I explain how to grow marine macro algae to create a saltwater planted aquarium. Macro algae has many benefits within the marine habitat, from providing food and shelter for fish to soaking up excess nutrients; but it can be challenging to grow and maintain.

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NEW FISH in the saltwater aquarium!



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Today we get and add the new fish to the saltwater aquarium fish tank!
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quarantine aquarium for saltwater fish



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quarantine aquarium for saltwater fish My eBook is available on Amazon for digital download: How to kill ich and marine velvet parasite in your saltwater aquarium. For beginners to advanced. ONLY $2.99. the facts on how to ich and marine velvet for good, keeping your fish healthy permanently.

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quarantine aquarium for saltwater fish. quarantine a new or sick fish to protect your aquarium from contagious diseases and parasites. Quarantine all fish before placing into your main reef tank aquarium. New fish could carry a parasite even if they look healthy! Dose quarantine tank with Cupramine copper by Seachem. This will kill any parasite. You will not use copper when quarantining corals or rocks, just fish. Quarantine for 3 weeks minimum. This will prevent any parasite from entering your main reef tank. This is the only way to prevent any parasite from entering your reef tank. See my other video on how to kill the parasite if it is already in your main display tank.

When selecting an aquarium to use as a quarantine, there are only a few things to consider. First, it must be proportional in size to the main display tank. If the plan is a 180-gallon reef display that is to be teaming with surgeonfish, a 10-gallon tank as a quarantine tank for fishes is a bad choice. If you have a 55-gallon tank and are a conscientious aquarist, there are few fish that could not reasonably be kept in a 55-gallon tank for their entire life that couldn’t be maintained in a 10-gallon tank for one month. If a 150-gallon or larger tank is used for a display, consider purchasing a 30-gallon or larger quarantine tank if the larger display is to house larger-sized animals. Generally, aim for a quarantine tank that is at least 20% of the main display’s volume, although bigger would be better.

Copper (copper sulfate/copper citrate/ cupramine): Copper is a metal ion which is also basically a poison to any organism at a high enough concentration. Copper treats most external protozoan and flatworm parasites. It is not very effective against crustacean parasites (parasitic isopods/copepods and the fish lice argulus/branchiurans) or marine leeches. Copper is generally run at .2 ppm and only the salifert test kit we have found for the hobby level can accurately tell you where the levels are at within a respectable range. (API, red sea, Seachem don’t seem accurate enough or the colors are too close). Fish in general become lethargic and anorexic around .4-.6 ppm with copper sulfate and copper citrate and around .6-.8 for cupramine. Some fish, such as seahorses/mandarins/lionfish/dwarf angelfishes/any already stressed or sick fish, are hypersensitive to copper though we have pretty reliably treated those species with cupramine. A very important note: Do not use ammonia binding compounds (amquel/prime) when using cupramine (and it’s unclear about the other coppers but why risk it) but it turns the active copper 2+ ion to the more toxic copper 1+. This same mechanism happens when using a UV sterilizer with cupramine and so it is imperative to turn those off when treating. Reports and personal experience of copper overdoses include lethargy (fish acting dull, agitated, and unresponsive) anorexia (fish not eating), and even neurological signs like blindness. We have seen a temporarily blinded powder blue tang and a regal angelfish on separate occasions from copper overdose. Another important warning when using cupramine is that the dosing directions on the bottle are not clear about the therapeutic dose. They explain dosing in terms of what volume to add to get to .5 ppm, however this dose is not necessary and actually getting close to a dangerous level for some fish. Therapeutic levels to treat most protozoan parasites is .2 ppm (.18 actually) so copper levels including cupramine should ideally be kept around .25-.3 ppm.

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How To Maintain Saltwater Aquarium – Weekly maintenance on a 100g saltwater fish reef tank



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Salt water aquariums are very easy to maintain and not that different from freshwater. Other than adding salt to your water and checking a few parameters its a fairly quick process. Today i walk you through what I do on a weekly biases to maintain my saltwater fish tank. I do have a lot of extra equipment on my that that is not need if you have a smaller tank… On a tank of 30g or less you could simply get away with just a 5g water change and not worry about skimmers and dosing (unless you have a ton of sps!) Skimmers will however reduce the need for water changes.

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mandarin goby : saltwater aquarium fish are hard to keep – REEF RADIO



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mandarin goby fish in saltwater aquarium is hard to keep. Even if you are saltwater aquarium pro a mandarin goby dragonette fish cannot be placed in a saltwater aquarium that is less than 1 year old. Watch to find out why. If you are new to saltwater aquarium care or have been in it for awhile, subscribe to my channel! Fun and honest saltwater aquarium care. We won’t make you feel uncomfortable like a lot of forums out there. SUBSCRIBE and Thanks for watching!

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Fishkeeping Tips- How To Acclimatise Sensitive Fish



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Keep That Saltwater Fish Safe: Containing What’s Inside Your Saltwater Tank



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As much time and effort saltwater tank hobbyists put into their tank, they often overlook a vital detail of their tank build: fish containment. In this video I discuss 3 containment methods including a very important tip for those of you with a canopy.

How To Keep Your Fish Tank Cool In Hot Weather



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Just some tips for those of you who don’t know. Smaller tanks heat up a lot faster then larger tanks so keep a eye on them.

Top 10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish For Beginners



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Top 10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish For Beginners
When you hear home aquarium, you will automatically picture your standard fresh water tank full of goldfish and other familiar fish. This is a great start for anyone wanting to get into owning an aquarium, but what about a saltwater aquarium?
Have you hesitated because people have told you that saltwater aquariums are burdensome and more trouble than their worth?
Don’t let the naysayers scare you off the thought of putting together a saltwater aquarium. Yes, maintaining a saltwater aquarium takes a bit more effort because saltwater fish are more sensitive to changes in the water and their environmental surroundings. Plus, you’ll have to pay closer attention to the ph levels to ensure a stable and comfortable environment for all the fish. It should be noted that some species are hardier than others when it comes to changes in the water.

Once you’re up and running with a saltwater aquarium the next obvious question is what are the best saltwater aquarium fish to put in the tank? Everyone has their preferences, but listed below are my favorite types when I was a salt water aquarium fish beginner.
Please note that this list is set in no particular order and is only meant to serve as a general guide to new hobbyists. Remember to always do your due diligence before purchasing your saltwater aquarium fish.
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• 10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish For Beginners
o 1. Coral Beauties
o 2. Butterfly Fish
o 3. Watchman Goby
o 4. Tangs
o 5. Talbot’s Damsel
o 6. Firefish
o 7. Chalk Bass
o 8. Wrasses
o 9. Dottyback
o 10. Blennys

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I’m getting Salty! Saltwater! Brackish and Freshwater Fish room Tour!



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Larry has a great fish room. Truly keeping fish the way he wants too and all types. Freshwater, Saltwater, Brackish and everything in between. Been doing it a long time!