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PostPosted: Nov 24th, '11, 20:07 
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Hey mate just wondering if you could give some idea of your marron setup? I did a search of your system thread and it didn't turn up very much.

Just curious what sort of habitat you use to maximise survival and stocking densities.

Still can't get over the size of that monster! How old do you reckon? :notworthy:


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That marron looks pretty comfortable on those scales Simo :lol: Very relaxed in fact.

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Hey mate just wondering if you could give some idea of your marron setup? I did a search of your system thread and it didn't turn up very much.

Just curious what sort of habitat you use to maximise survival and stocking densities.

Still can't get over the size of that monster! How old do you reckon? :notworthy:


The marron have been in for about 8 months but they were already big when they went in, how old :dontknow: ...very.

I basically just had them in the sump tank with plenty of shelter but they slowly started to die of some weird disease so I pulled them all out. I have none left now and probably won't bother with them again, I get a much better dam to dinner plate rate if I just eat them straight away, fattening them up really didn't work as they grow so vey slowly.

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