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Just wanted to say a huge thanks to MrBret and Softy for the amazing zoas haha enabling my new addiction lol =) love the huge selection you guys have and all the coloration in them :-D and have had an awesome time every time I have came to get a new one. 

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I will be hitting them up once my new tank is going....Zoas are the only reason I came back to this hobby.....

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Some of the healthiest zoas I have ever seen.  Good colors, good lineage, the real deal!  Always a treat to find something new there those guys have it down...

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Great guys and they have THE best and widest variety of zoas out there! There place is fun to visit too! Hope to do a meeting there soon!

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Great guys and they have THE best and widest variety of zoas out there! There place is fun to visit too! Hope to do a meeting there soon!

 

 

Now that sounds like a plan............

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Ya they have some amazing looking zoas, I picked up some Rastas from them today and then last week I bought a Sunny D, Captain America and a rainbow raptor

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Just wanted to say a huge thanks to MrBret and Softy for the amazing zoas haha enabling my new addiction lol =) love the huge selection you guys have and all the coloration in them :-D and have had an awesome time every time I have came to get a new one. 

Thanks a lot man.....I don't think a week goes by that we haven't bought something new. I think our master plan is working, lol. Have a fun place to come hang out, and Geek on Zoa's.  I don't think you have mad your self a Mii yet, so don't forget about that next time :)

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Pretend i'm quoting the rest of ya......Thanks for the kind words. I need to figure the multi quote thing, lol.

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Loving the Zoas, the Sunny D polyp I got has now multiplied to 3 (2 babies) and the polyp I got of Raptor Rainbow has multiplied from 1 big polyp to 2 big polyps and 2 babies. Also noticed a baby polyp on the Rastas as well. Super Excited =)

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Loving the Zoas, the Sunny D polyp I got has now multiplied to 3 (2 babies) and the polyp I got of Raptor Rainbow has multiplied from 1 big polyp to 2 big polyps and 2 babies. Also noticed a baby polyp on the Rastas as well. Super Excited =)

Awesome..........Looks like they are enjoying their new home.  Might have to get your self some fragging supplies and make some frags of your own in a bit.

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haha ya, never fragged zoas so definitely a little hesitant. Will prob try fragging some of the cheaper zoas before I attempt on those

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haha ya, never fragged zoas so definitely a little hesitant. Will prob try fragging some of the cheaper zoas before I attempt on those

 

Thanks for the update! They truly are great guys and you are not going to see such a variety for the price anywhere else! Just so you know the plan for the September meeting is to have Bret and Adam demonstrate some of their awesome fragging skills! :)

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Haha ill definitely try to make it to that, Its so hard for me to make it to those because I work nights and every other Saturday as well as every Sunday

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Haha ill definitely try to make it to that, Its so hard for me to make it to those because I work nights and every other Saturday as well as every Sunday

 

 

Ohh good job with the growth. I don't like your work schedule! :unsure: Very difficult indeed to make a weekend meeting! :comp:

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Ya if its on a Sunday then I might be able to make it if I dont work the Saturday before. But also in September we will be in a maintenance shutdown so might be able to get a night off of work

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Ya if its on a Sunday then I might be able to make it if I dont work the Saturday before. But also in September we will be in a maintenance shutdown so might be able to get a night off of work

I guess we need to get a date nailed down then so you can plan ahead!????

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haha ya, never fragged zoas so definitely a little hesitant. Will prob try fragging some of the cheaper zoas before I attempt on those

 

I had a colony of blues years ago I would just grab the rock and hit it with a cut wheel on a grinder.....Probably at least 6 frags to people on the board.....

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