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The Fishkeeper Magazine

(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year The Fishkeeper is the ultimate magazine for the marine and freshwater aquarium hobbyist!

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The Fishkeeper  |  July/August 2017  


In this editorial I thought we should take a look at the history of the marine reef keeping. In the 1980s and 90s, the cutting edge of the hobby became the reef tank; this segment of the hobby took off like a bush fire – uncontrolled and going in every direction. Companies sprang up overnight with all sorts of equipment that one had to have to maintain a successful reef aquarium. A typical reef tank looked lost, surrounded by all the devices, filters, probes, and controllers that were “required.” This was definitely high-tech and the complete opposite of the aquaria of the first part of the century, which relied on nothing more than sunlight and plants. However, the average reef tank in the early period was not very successful and it turned out that the most important factor in the success of the tank was not the amount of equipment, but having the right pieces of equipment.
The Fishkeeper magazine contains articles that are up-to-the-minute with regards to the keeping and breeding of freshwater and marine fish and invertebrates. Articles in The Fishkeeper are useful to both beginner and experienced fishkeepers alike. Articles covers topics related to aquarium management, health and disease, care and breeding and other topics such as lighting, aquarium designs and care of plants and corals!
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   Great Mag! Reviewed November 24, 2012
Really enjoyed the articles! I like that there are freshwater and marine articles, just subscribed : )
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The Fishkeeper   |   July/August 2017   


In this editorial I thought we should take a look at the history of the marine reef keeping. In the 1980s and 90s, the cutting edge of the hobby became the reef tank; this segment of the hobby took off like a bush fire – uncontrolled and going in every direction. Companies sprang up overnight with all sorts of equipment that one had to have to maintain a successful reef aquarium. A typical reef tank looked lost, surrounded by all the devices, filters, probes, and controllers that were “required.” This was definitely high-tech and the complete opposite of the aquaria of the first part of the century, which relied on nothing more than sunlight and plants. However, the average reef tank in the early period was not very successful and it turned out that the most important factor in the success of the tank was not the amount of equipment, but having the right pieces of equipment.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year The Fishkeeper magazine print subscription.
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