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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby oddbod » Sat Apr 26, 2014 11:47 pm

pics of the goldfish there 8"-12"
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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby oddbod » Sun Apr 27, 2014 7:28 pm

Goldfish rehomed .

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby boris_bekko » Wed May 14, 2014 8:39 am

Gollden Orfe.

2 large males. Roughly 40cm. Approx 15 years old.

Approx. 8 4 year olds 20-25cm

4 3 year olds 15-20cm

Free to good home. A "good home" needs to be at least 5 metres long by 2 metres wide, adequate filtration (mechanical and bio) fed 24/7 by gravity or pump, aerated by air pump or large waterfall, no fishing, potential owner must be able to demonstrate knowledge of the nitrogen cycle and be willing to feed them meal-worms several times a week.

Sorry for all the conditions but i've bred these since they were eggs (the female got pushed out of the pond during a spawning frenzy 2 years ago) :-(

They're not really suitable to share a pond with koi.

I will deliver anywhere in Worcestershire and surrounding counties.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby megi308 » Fri May 30, 2014 9:37 am

FISH WANTED PLANTS WANTED UV WANTED

Hi all ive just set up my pond after many months of planning and digging. A few minor problems in the build have left me short of a bit of cah and am looking for some fish and plants to go in, Also I am need of a cheap UV as the one i bought isnt big enough. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks I am in the Mersyside area.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Andyfish2000 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:38 pm

Stainless Steel UV casing, free to anyone who can collect it. One of the ends had come off so I have had to reattach it using a lot of gold label. Not been used since, as ended up changing plans. No bulb, sleeve or electrics included.
Collection is from Worcester Park, Surrey, KT4. Alternatively, I may be at the South Downs show on Sunday and could bring it them.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby koikarl » Sun Jun 29, 2014 12:45 pm

Hi all

I have 4 koi free to collector just need the space for new arrivals
there is a ghostie about 50+cm
a asagi thats never coloured up on its hi about 65 cm so a big fish
also a sanke which is about 43 cm
and a silver colured fish with big scales not sure what it is about 43cm

collection from bristol 2mins from m5

thanks

karl

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby banksy1971 » Thu Jul 31, 2014 9:29 pm

Hello I just joined this site and saw your advert are these items for sale or are you giving them away. I don't have a lot of money as I only get disability money. Really need a good filter and anything else.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby mercboy » Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:30 pm

Karl do you still have these fish ?
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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Koifishpond » Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:39 pm

Several Small israelai koi about 8 inch, smaller koi and 2 orange tench about 10 / 11 inch free to good home.
Based in county tyrone Northern Ireland.

All feeding well only giving away due to ppond downsize

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Jackboot » Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:18 am

10 Healthy Koi 30 - 60cm need to go due to pond closure.

Please PM if interested.

Location: Grantham Lincolnshire

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby LukeG » Mon Sep 01, 2014 5:04 pm

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Sorry am unable to PM.
Whereabouts in Grantham are you located as would be interested in koi but would like to know how far I would need to travel to get them as I live nr Spalding many thanks
Luke

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby LukeG » Mon Sep 01, 2014 5:27 pm

Sorry cannot PM
But would like to know a more accurate location as live nr Spalding
Thanks Luke

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Jackboot » Wed Sep 03, 2014 8:57 pm

All Koi now gone.

Thanks to everyone for there interest.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Andyfish2000 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 8:59 pm

Going to have a few 3" to 6" koi available for free collection after next weekend. Having a sort out, These are all cuttlebrook ones that have not really grown for what ever reason, and some don't have good body shape (off set tails, flared gills turned up tails etc). I will be scraping my fish next weekend so will be able to confirm that are healthy. Ideal starter fish.

I am in North Surrey / South London.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Andyfish2000 » Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:38 pm

Here are a couple of rubbish photos. hopefully you get an idea. There was another 4 in there but my daughter intervened...... I'll try and take better ones tomorrow.

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby dasda4789 » Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:36 pm

Hi Guys and Gals. Not Koi but I have 3 fancy goldfish that are taking up room and food in my indoor tank. Collection from Burntwood if interested then pm me. Cheers. Darren

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Neil4842 » Wed Oct 08, 2014 7:40 pm

2 x large golden orfe fish up for rehoming wirral merseyside area just bring something to transport them in about 18" long

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Neil4842 » Wed Oct 08, 2014 9:28 pm

Golden orfe now have a new home

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby Andyfish2000 » Thu Oct 09, 2014 7:21 pm

Andyfish2000 wrote:Here are a couple of rubbish photos. hopefully you get an idea. There was another 4 in there but my daughter intervened...... I'll try and take better ones tomorrow.

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These are still available if anyone is interested. If not I will have to stick them on AQ as they will definitely go then. They are nice fish, and to be honest I have probably done them an injustice as it is hard to tell when they are swimming around they are not perfect body shapes. Colours and patterns are great.

Oh and scrapes of some of my fish over weekend have shown nothing up so fish shouldn't give any problems.

Would like them gone ASAP though as have too many in pond already and have a couple of sturgeon arriving soon. I can supply a bags to transport as well.

Thanks

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Re: FREE TO GOOD HOME

Postby jds » Fri Oct 10, 2014 2:04 pm

I have got room for them. Whereabouts are you?
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