JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum archie
Dec 6, 2016 21:09:14 GMT -5
jred: Welcome to the forum archie
Dec 6, 2016 22:42:29 GMT -5
archie: New to this so jus looking for some fish
Dec 13, 2016 15:10:20 GMT -5
JG: Hi archie what type of fish are you looking for?
Dec 14, 2016 22:07:07 GMT -5
JG: New Meeting Location Secured for 2017!
Dec 16, 2016 18:59:54 GMT -5
JG: MERRY CHRISTMAS to all of our friends here and on our Facebook group!!!! 2017 is gonna be a blast for WCCG!
Dec 25, 2016 11:55:04 GMT -5
fin: happy new year everyone
Jan 1, 2017 9:30:00 GMT -5
gtomike: Welcome to the WCCG forum pipes73
Jan 4, 2017 20:40:39 GMT -5
jred: Welcome to the group pipes73
Jan 4, 2017 23:39:56 GMT -5
jred: in chat for a bit
Jan 4, 2017 23:40:00 GMT -5
JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum pipes73
Jan 5, 2017 17:57:31 GMT -5
jred: Hey Everyone - sorry I forgot to post the meeting change for January - it will be occurring tomorrow night (January 19th) at 6:30pm please see the events folder for details
Jan 18, 2017 21:51:58 GMT -5
gtomike: Welcome to the forum klspicer
Jan 20, 2017 17:48:31 GMT -5
JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum klspicer
Feb 4, 2017 23:29:59 GMT -5
JG: Welcome to the forum mtorts
Apr 8, 2017 0:03:11 GMT -5
WEST: To all Group Member's is there also a FB page for this group if so can someone post a link for all Members & guests to join ..
May 11, 2017 3:30:12 GMT -5
Actually the fishroom tour was quite good. I had to leave early due to family commitments, however both fishrooms were quite interesting. The Oyer's fishroom was huge. Apparently it wss even larger, however they recently shutdown all of their tanks in the garage. Tanks of all sizes consumed every inch of space in their basement. Everything from about 5=6 different species of Frontosa to various Juliodochromis, various types of Calvus and everything in-between. Too many species to count. Lots of people were buying fish during the tour as well. I deliberately left my US money at home - no need to go broke all at once. I'll try to post some photos a bit later and am working on a short video to provide a perspective of the two rooms I was able to visit.
Trying to sort out a few photos and putting together a video of the tour to give everyone a perspective of what was in the two fishrooms I was able to visit. I left the Oyer residence wanting a monster tank with Frontosa. Such beautiful and elegant fishes.
Funny when I was a kid I lived in Brighton for a while, would be funny if Ken was neighbour's with us haha. Ken has great fish and that 10ft tank is unreal - if it was 18x18 then that's a 170 but more likely it was 24x24 and 300 gals. Very cool