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Old 01-20-2014
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Default My Red Bishop

I have 37 and about 2 months, they are eat well and 2 inch plus. now they get start to pop their color out. they love Omega On Super color and Ken's flake color max.
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Very cool, how did you manage to get so many being so rare?
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Very cool, how did you manage to get so many being so rare?
Thank you, In Southeast Texas and local Houston area tropheus keeper have these rare fish and I am lucky get some with great price that why I have 37 of them and they still have some for sale.
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Houston has everythang!!! Nice fish hung
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Looks good hung I see you have a nice collection of fishes
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I see them on Aquabid also. I read somewhere that Red Bishop is not WC, but rather product of controlled cross breeding? I thought Troph purist don't like those kind of things... :-)
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