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Can I Have An Alligator Gar In My Tank?

Discussion in 'Predatory Fish' started by ZoddyZod, Jun 22, 2012.

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  1. ZoddyZod

    ZoddyZod Constantly learning
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    Hopefully that caught your attention :)

    and if anyone else asks that question here, then this is the perfect response....

    http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/blog/33939/texas+fisherman+prevails+in+epic+battle+with+enormous+alligator+gar/
     
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    That is one BIG ugly fish!!!
     
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    FishFanatic04 I'm in Planted School.

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    :lol: The doofus carved it up before weighing it properly.
     
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    :hyper: that sure did get my attention. Whatta fish!
     
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    Ugly indeed... Although 3 of these will fit in a 20 gal with ease lol
     
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    Blubble37 Ohai dere c:

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    if put through a blender first XD
     
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    Haha if you do that you can easily get away with 6-8 lol
     
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    Blubble37 Ohai dere c:

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    you could compress it as well... how about freeze dried? about 30 XD
     
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    As long as the tank they are going in is cycled then I can't see a problem lol
     
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    So funny... His dog grabbed his leg!
     
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    Wow! That's a BIG fish.
     
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    Crossfire Cogito Ergo Sum

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    Did....did he catch it with a bow and arrow?
     
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    Ahahahahahaha
     
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    minnnt Fish Whisperer

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    Seems a shame to me really. What a speciemen.
     
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    that is one hell of a fish. it would be a nice thought to know it was still swimming around though
     
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