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cableguy031

Cabela's Rogers

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Gonna take my bass to Cabela's Rogers tomorrow at noon. Don't have the time to care for the tank or fish anymore, bummer. Had them since they were babies now they're about 17 to 18 inches long. Sad to see them go but at least they won't be caught or killed.

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killed. my brother-in-law eats them. Cabela recycles them. I hate my brother-in-law.

sad to see them go. Dave

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From babies to 17"? How long have you had them? My little guy is just turning 1, and it's about 6" long. That thing wolfs down 8-10 garden worms a feeding, I can see how your's would really need some care.

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I've had my bass for about 4 years going on to 5. I've had them since they were fingerlings. Yes, they do eat. I remember when I used to buy crappy minnows for them and pick out the smallest ones. Now, they can take a small sucker minnow and everything else in between. They do like an occasional leech however. For some reason, when I gave them night crawlers, they don't want to touch it and just let it swim along the tank.

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I think crawlers are slimier and leave a bad taste in the fishes mouth, not sure though. It'd rather either many worms than a single night crawler. I can tell you over the winter it was only getting some pellets for food. The first worm I fed it this year it jumped clear out of the water to get.

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The bass have found a new permanent home at Cabela's Rogers. They should be in the main tank by Saturday afternoon.

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