Yea, but if u want to enter the show, its $2 per fish. And you need money if you want to bid in the auctionIs this event free to go to?
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Yea, but if u want to enter the show, its $2 per fish. And you need money if you want to bid in the auction
And if we are super lucky, there might be a bigger show next year in orlando..but i do t know if i should say anything about that just yet :-D
And on another note, if you live in central florida and want to meet other fish geeks, please check out the tampa bay aquarium society and the aquatic club of pasco county. We have a bunch of betta breeders around here!
The show was a lot of fun and had some amazing fish in it. I am really hoping that we get to host the convention in Orlando..and if so I have already volunteered to take off from work to help set up and break down the show! I did not get any splendens in the auction..I really wanted a pair of blues and I had hoped my friend Mike would win the yellow pair so that I could breed them for him..but alas I did not and he did not. BUT that is OK because what I left with was 2, yes 2, pairs of betta unimaculata and a pair of young betta falx. and all for $72!
so here are some show photos:
this shows all the show bettas that were auctioned off not including he wilds because they were in larger containers
I think the marbles here went as a pair in the auction
this cutie belongs to a member of my local fish club, the Aquatic Club of Pasco County
red are always a fav at the shows
I took this guy home with me
I don't know who won the yellow pair but MAN I really wish my friend had won them. they went for the most money out of all the auction fish.
guess I need to enter some fish next time. if you ever get a chance to make it to a show, please go, its really neat and you get to see some amazing fish!