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Anyone ever had any luck with these?  They look cool and the concept seems right, but I’ve never seen anyone use one before.  Anybody have one or use one with success?

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I bought one.  So far, the only fish that goes in it is my starry blenny and my clown.  The two fish that i can [language filter] near catch with my hands.

I'd say pass on them...

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Well Worth It!!! 
Took 2 days about 2hours at most.  Just leave it in the tank for a day with food so the fish can get use to it.  Next day reload up with food and wait.  
I was going after the Mel Wrasse and Worked like a Charm.   

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1 hour ago, Flash21 said:

Well Worth It!!! 
Took 2 days about 2hours at most.  Just leave it in the tank for a day with food so the fish can get use to it.  Next day reload up with food and wait.  
I was going after the Mel Wrasse and Worked like a Charm.   

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This doesn’t look like a floating fish trap.  What did u use?

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I’m referring to the floating traps that have a magnet you can release when the fish enters it.  Once released, the trap floats to the surface with the fish inside.  

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