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Thread: What do you think of this Dainichi Kohaku?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aquitori
    Damn, I think the fish will do well in your pond Stan...Just let me or Joe know when you want to sneak it in....
    Can't take any koi right now. Filters are totally dead after the disaster. I've established a 'chem-pond' protocol to take care of the ammonia cycle, 8 oz of ChrmaX per day.

    I am looking for 3 koi

    female showa
    female hi utsui
    female sanke

    like joe said, litle kohaku does not fit the bill for me at this moment.

    stan

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    Quote Originally Posted by saratogatan
    Can't take any koi right now. Filters are totally dead after the disaster. I've established a 'chem-pond' protocol to take care of the ammonia cycle, 8 oz of ChrmaX per day.

    I am looking for 3 koi

    female showa
    female hi utsui
    female sanke

    like joe said, litle kohaku does not fit the bill for me at this moment.

    stan
    How bout I buy the fish as a project to show the board the development of Dainichi Kohaku? Then toss it in your pond afterwards?

    From what breeders are you looking for in the 3 mentioned varities?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keokoi
    think it would make a nice lure for bass fishing..

    Stan, what the hell are you doing with little koi. Why don''t you just chill and wait to see what comes in this fall. Your pond still needs to recover a bit from your water hose mistake.. .

    Joe
    Stan got the Tosai itch, far worse than jock itch....HAHAHAHAHAHA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeM
    Don't bid on it, Tony. A two year old that cannot be definitely sexed by the knowledgeable dealer has problems beyond the obvious. (But, I kinda like the pattern, although the red eye is a distraction.)
    Dont worry MikeM, I didn't win anyways...Always curious to see what is at these auctions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aquitori
    How bout I buy the fish as a project to show the board the development of Dainichi Kohaku? Then toss it in your pond afterwards?

    From what breeders are you looking for in the 3 mentioned varities?
    Thanks tony, I can't take that koi if it comes oout of your pocket.

    stan

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    Quote Originally Posted by saratogatan
    Thanks tony, I can't take that koi if it comes oout of your pocket.

    stan
    I offer you something you that it!!!! Just Joking!!!! Well anyways, i didn't get the fish....

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