Fish Spawn Rearing Kit
These kits require a one gallon wide-mouth jar, which is
not included. If you are having trouble getting spawns
to free-swim properly, you may want to give one of these a try.
There are people using these not only for angelfish, but for pleco eggs,
eggs from mouthbrooders and other aquarium fish.
One Gallon Glass Jar
The Spawn Rearing Kit is not included. These jars
have many uses in a fish-room. They are used for our Spawn Rearing Kit.
We also have two jars on hand for every spawn we hatch where we're not
using the Spawn Rearing Kit. One to hatch the spawn in and one to age
water for 24 hours. We then use this aged water to change water on the
jar with the slate. Many aquarists use glass jars to hatch their brine
shrimp eggs and to culture things like micro-worms, infusoria or vinegar
eels. We use dozens of these on a daily basis.
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A Tip from one of our Customers: He cut a small slit in the
top foam piece and inserted a short 3" section of 1/2" PVC to
use as a feeding hole or an easy place to add the wigglers or
small snails after the fry free-swim. Just make sure the pipe
sticks out above the water line.
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|Works great. I tried making it myself, but
couldn'tget it to work. The foam has to be very
round or the fry get trapped and die. I couldn't
get it close enough to round on my own. |
|Hank Rich, Wed Jun 07, 2017|
|This was wonderful! 24 hours after my Angelfish laid
their eggs in a community tank (which I had to divide a
little bit temporarily), I removed the eggs and placed
them into this rearing jar and then into a 10gal which
as cycled with a filter that I had taken from my big
tank. 5 days later I had swimmers. I left them in there
for a few days and then released them into the 10G.
|Angelica Bergman, Sun Jun 12, 2016|
|Just used it for the first time.It was so easy to
set-up and I see hundreds of free swimmers and no dead
ones.I highly recommend this product.If you make it
yourself,I would order the custom fit filters and lift
|Robert Barbella, Sun May 03, 2015|
|I agree this is a great technique.We move our wigglers
in these and the survival rate is 100 percent.|
|barb, Sat Jan 24, 2015|
|I just wanted to say how amazing I am by your spawn
rearing kit. I’ve been breeding and raising
angelfish for almost 40 years (on and off) and never
had any trouble raising the babies, except with
Albinos. I’ve never been able to get a batch of
babies to get to the free swimming stage and
eat…..Until now. First time I used this thing the
baby albino (blushing) are up swimming and eating.|
|Richard Pitzeruse, Tue Nov 25, 2014|
|All these years I've been missing out on the best
way to raise fry. These things are amazing. |
|Patrick Langworthy, Thu Aug 28, 2014|
|These spawn rearing kits are excellent.
these guys don't just provide products, they
provide a service!
The articles and
information on this site are a truly
resource, from which I have learned a
great deal and now have a
healthy and productive
angelfish breeding program. As for the
haven't found a better value anywhere for anything
they offer. Thank you!
|Justin Silverman, Thu Apr 03, 2014|
|This is an ingenious creation. I struggled to raise fry
for months until I tried one of these and I then
successfully raised my very next spawn. |
|James Richardson, Sun Sep 08, 2013|
|I've got two of these kits going right now, and
can't imagine a better way of raising angels.
It's ingenious and the tip on using the PVC as a
feeding hole makes it even better. |
|James Wood, Wed Jul 24, 2013|