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Caught a few bluegills and crappie for my 55gal tank along with killifish and mosquito fish and two fat sleeper goby’s. Seems right after catching them three of the crappie developed a fungus. Probably from the cast net rubbing off their slime. Tail and mouth. Two already died when I tried treating them for ick. Pics attached. Thanks.
 

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Caught a few bluegills and crappie for my 55gal tank along with killifish and mosquito fish and two fat sleeper goby’s. Seems right after catching them three of the crappie developed a fungus. Probably from the cast net rubbing off their slime. Tail and mouth. Two already died when I tried treating them for ick. Pics attached. Thanks.
Hi! The Fish Lady here!😃😜
That is amazing!😃
Which ones are left? And, how are the doing? Where'd you catch them?😃
I'm impressed!! Two thumbs up!
 

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Hi! The Fish Lady here!😃😜
That is amazing!😃
Which ones are left? And, how are the doing? Where'd you catch them?😃
I'm impressed!! Two thumbs up!
One bluegill and one crappie are alive with that tail fungus. I’ve got several bluegills various sizes mosquito fish killifish and two fat sleeper goby’s all doing well. I’ve got the two infected fish in a bucket with airator and ick treated water.
 

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My freshwater pond tank.
Hi!😃
Thanks for I love the pictures!😃 wow!
If you don't mind me asking, where in the heck do you catch them? I think that this is soooo neato!😃 I've never heard of this before and I'm definitely intrigued, my fish buddy! A double wow!!😂😂😂
I'm sorry that I'm naive but this is fascinating to me!😃
 
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