Killifish

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by SteveS, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. SteveS

    SteveS Advisory Board

    Dirt and mop spawners. The easier dirt spawners the better. Not looking for eggs to hatch. Any kind of mop spawners.
  2. Rick

    Rick Member

    I have several mop spawners.
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  3. bahamafj11

    bahamafj11 Well-Known Member

    You could come to the WAKO jamboree in Milwaukee Oct 27-28 and see lots of choices. The cool kids will be there.:cool:
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  4. SteveS

    SteveS Advisory Board

    That sounds like great fun and not to far away. Ill have to look at the site for more info. My mentor in fishkeeping that passed away several years ago was a WAKO member. He used to try to get me into killifish but i was close minded back then as a young fellow and went the way into cichlid breeding for many years. I did breed 1 dirt spawner 2 years ago at the least.
  5. Rick

    Rick Member

    Steve,
    I have been a WAKO member for 40 years. Who was your mentor? I second Jeff's option. It is a good time and there should be plenty of fish. Our shows typically have between 200 and 300 pairs of fish in the show. Not all of those would be in the auction however, there will be many fish in the box sale room and there will be several auction only fish. Let me brag a little. It is the premier killie show in the Midwest. If you can not wait for the WAKO show to get fish, please see my reply to your P.M.
    Rick
  6. SteveS

    SteveS Advisory Board

    i think i am for sure going to plan on going for one day. Probably the saturday if thats the best day for speakers. Rick, my mentor was Jerry podolack . A face you cant forget
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