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Was shocked to find my air stone not working in the trout tank today. But was a good chance to see clearly into the tank and see how huge my brook trout already are. At a guess there would be a couple around 180mm already. I wonder if I still have as many rainbows as I started with?

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180mm :shock:

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Heres my attempt. Sorry, I cant shove my Nikon under water without a cover worth double the camera.

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You need the glass bit from the door of a front loading washing machine to act as camera goggles.

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PostPosted: May 9th, '12, 21:12 
Not bad... a genuine picture of trout taken today 09/05/12....

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Nice mate, one of them looks a good size! Man that water is clean tho

Bull that washing door thing is brilliant!

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Lol was about to ask Rupe if they were his. Hit quote... And low and behold, aditional text appears in the edit box. Wtf?!

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Hey Joel look, more clean water :laughing3:

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No........this is clean water :thumbright:


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Whats its name :D

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Ummmm.....Terry?

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Haha, I have a pet Cod called Cody

It was my daughters idea

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I could watch that all day :thumbright:


You got some aeration happening there mate, what pump you using

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OMG trout season again :D

Rup you doing a run this year or have i missed it lol.

I really need to get my FT ready, i have 30-40 SP in my main FT and the GB has no vegies now due to the freaking possums :(

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Got home last night to hear my fail over switch beeping its head off. It had flicked over to slave/battery power after some surge or blink in the mains, but hadnt flicked back to mains and had drained the batteries. Plugged the pumps back straight into the mains and this device will find the bin me thinks :upset:
Trout all good this morning phew

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