Marine Shops In Lincolnshire (uk)
Posted 19 May 2009 - 07:19 AM
lol what lincs are you in i live in linconlshire and peterborough is no where near it lol
i live in the lincolnshire where i am around 15-20 miles away from peterborough smartarse
calm down mate hahaha u obviously live southeren to me coz its about 100 miles away from me!
Posted 21 June 2009 - 11:31 AM
there's a cracking shop on the outskirts of lincoln, in dunholme opposite the pub. only 1 minute off the A46.
undergoing expansion back into tropicals and cold water.
marine section is awesome although usually more stock is carried than at the moment during the expansion.
small family run shop. Great Prices
are shop names allowed on TFF
Posted 24 June 2009 - 02:25 PM
Names are allowed.
Are you talking about Perry's?
yeh the one and only marine shop in the area IMO
the other one in town doesn't compare, unless your after a shop full of dry goods which are usually cheaper online.
Wayne has it spot on, loads of tanks for wet goods and just the right ammount of dry goods to get you started or through a problem.
Posted 02 July 2009 - 08:59 AM
So far im only on Freshwater, but considering the Marine side now. They have a great selection of Marine fish, inverts, corals, sponges and other creatures.
Its on Heanage Road, just up from Freeman Street Market.
The website is on the LFS list on this site, but I think its
Posted 19 July 2009 - 08:54 PM
Though altogether if you're willing to travel I'd have say as someone before suggested Woodthorpe is fantastic and have a much larger marine selection. Well and truly worth the drive.
Edited by Kady, 19 July 2009 - 08:58 PM.
Posted 19 July 2009 - 11:21 PM
I live in grantham and I visit hull to go to the deep at least twice a year.
The deep is my favourite tourist attraction in the world.
I have seen the pyramids in egypt, I have been to maku pichu, Ive seen the great wall of china, and seen the world's biggest budda in hong kong, but I think the deep beats 'em all!
oh, I also love the fishing museum at grimsby, especially their cat class trawler, I never knew that raping the sea bed for cod could be so interesting.
(mind you I have always thought who cares about cod? people eat monkfish to save the cod population, yet noone knows how long it takes anglers to reach sexual maturity and they are jolly interesting, yet cod are boring.
I would much rather live in a world with no cod, rather than a world with no anglers!)
So people don't eat Monkfish!
Edited by doktor doris, 19 July 2009 - 11:24 PM.
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