75 Gallon Tank large poo.

bryan87

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what if my syphon isn't strong enough to pick up the poo.
 

KyWildFish

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I guess you will need a straw and a strong stomach then.
 
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Lucy

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KyWildFish said:
I guess you will need a straw and a strong stomach then.

What kind of fish are in the tank?
 

SWilkins

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Lucy said:
What kind of fish are in the tank?
I have to agree with Lucy on the . Whew tummy still rolling and I do not have a weak stomach don't know why that bothered me. Anyway back to your problem tweezers maybe. Maybe you don't have enough vacuum on your siphon. I know with mine when I had oscars I had to make sure that I had a good "fall" with my hose from the tank to the floor. Sometimes would have to get the hose a lot lower than the tank to get it to pull up oscar poo.
 
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bryan87

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the trash can I use for dumping is on the floor.
 

Aquarist

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Maybe a larger siphon?
 
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bryan87

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the one I have is fairly large.
 

jgon_

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Best.Thread Title.Ever
(I'm so childish when it comes to the word 'poo', never ceases to make me smie)

Anyways.....
Larger siphon, large turkey baster, rubber gloves and a scoop (?)
 
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bryan87

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I thought the name would get a lot of people to read it therefor more advise. anyone have a large fish with large poo please reply about how you get it out.
 

shadowavenger

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Cat poop scoop! just scoop the gravel like a litter box!
 

bettafish2816

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maybe a reverse undergravel filter? it pushes water out instead of sucking it in, and can push the waste up into the aquarium where you could net it out



 

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