Bradley Pultz

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About Bradley Pultz

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    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 09/03/1995

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    fish obviously I'm a freshwater guy but working on a saltwater tank
  • Tank Setup
    30g african cichlid tank, 25 gallon reef in progress
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  1. Bump. Also up to 3 heads I also have 2 heads of green hammer that i picked up a while back 2 large heads or one tiny head And a frag of anthelia Id still prefer to trade Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I was in the area and popped in for a look. Didnt get anything (had a 3 hour fly tying thing after or i would have) got a few pics on my phone of the fish. Deffinately going to make a trip up for the $10 frag selection there were some beefy pieces Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Still available Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Ive got a 2(going on three) head hammer coral frag up for trade its purple and green tips. Id like a head of frogspawn or maybe some colorful common mushrooms. This one is just redundant because of the huge chunk I got on saturday.
  5. Despite my dirty glass and sand (havent cleaned it this week) they really look amazing and i found their permenant locations i think Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. happy as can be. And the clowns spent last night sleeping on it
  7. Thanks for the corals. Theyre awesome. And i was shocked by how huge that hammer was. The clowns are already examining it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Sent you a message Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Due to the size of the tank and previous experiences ive decided to forgo a heater and will be using a thermometer with an alarm to alert me when temps rise or drop too much (some one is always home and my house is always around 75* because my grandmother gets hot and cold too easily otherwise) This is the one im looking at currently though i dont need it quiet yet Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Ok so technically its my 9 year old sisters but im doing all the work. Its her birthday gift from me and my way of teaching her So far its just a cheap tank and hood and a hob filter i had laying around I will be upgrading the junk led soon to something a bit better but still cheap. I got it scaped with some old dry rock i had laying around. Cleaned the rock today, scaped and glued up a cool little arch. Dry (the water is from my tank because i scooped sand to start the cycle) And shes filled and foggy Let the wait begin Ultimately i figured im gonna put a yellow clown goby in or a shrimp for her. Open to suggestions Its gonna get trimmings from my anthelia, mushrooms, etc maybe a hammer or something like that later Nothing fancy. Its suppossed to be low tech, low stress, and low maintainence(well as much as a small tank like this can be). She is used to daily top off checks (i drew a line when this was her betta tank and if it drops below she adds water). Plus its something we can work in together and both enjoy
  11. I was literally in there the day before the fire so the other day would be more like a month ago. I dont actually know if they closed/reopened/whatever. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. The other day aquarium concepts had some gold torches i think. Might be worth looking if youre close by Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. We have inverters for emergencies. Just grab one of the batteries from the boat and we are good to go. Lasts a few hours before we get another one Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Most people in my experience keep Multiple tanks so what does everyone have? I managed to find a pair of fundulopanchax gardneri last week for my bedroom tank
  15. Thanks. Really glad i tried it. Also in the process may have started an addiction. I really want more mushrooms now lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk