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Old 01-08-2019, 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by dakotakid846 View Post
Yeah I would think they mean fish in hatcheries for introduction into the wild...like trout, bass, salmon etc. I'm no expert but I doubt aquarium fish are reproduced in tanks exposed to the elements.



From time to time you hear of issues the hatcheries have with different diseases that impact the amount of fish introduced into the rivers, streams and lakes each year.


Its a clownfish breeding book forgot the name of the hatchery it was one of the first
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