This article comes to us from Steven Frownie. Originally published in Aquarium Fish Magazine 1996.
This morning I came out to the fish room to find a tank full of mixed varieties spawning. Having just moved I am not really done setting up the fish room and this tank is just a temporary home for many fish, veils, ryukin, ranchu, fantails, and probably a few more randos. This is the … Read more
By this point we all know “green water” is a good thing, or at least we know it is not necessarily a bad thing. Should you use green water? Like all things there is no easy yes/no answer, the answer is always “it depends”. I have not explored the color enhancing effects of green water … Read more
Just yesterday I was sitting by my pond practicing enjoying my fish when an old friend contacted me to let me know that our good friend Bob Fenner had passed away. Bob was a friend and mentor, he had a way of making you feel special. He welcomed me onto the Wet Web Media crew, … Read more
There are two aspects of goldfish keeping that fascinate me, science and culture. The science covers topics like genetics, diet, and water quality. The culture includes art, tradition, history and the lore surrounding goldfish and how they have survived for thousands of years. This story is about the latter and I would be doing the … Read more