Practical Fishkeeping


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Issue Number:
126
On Sale:
18/08/2020
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What A delight this month has been for me. Working from home, I’ve saved hours on commuting, and found myself returning to my roots — I’ve actually had enough time to write for my own magazine! I know, I’m confused by that too. But I’m sure as heck not complaining about it. This issue has ended up a little ‘catfish heavy’, but as the late artist Bob Ross would say, “we don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents...”

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What A delight this month has been for me. Working from home, I’ve saved hours on commuting, and found myself returning to my roots — I’ve actually had enough time to write for my own magazine! I know, I’m confused by that too. But I’m sure as heck not complaining about it.

This issue has ended up a little ‘catfish heavy’, but as the late artist Bob Ross would say, “we don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents...” He’s right too, as those catfish features are diverse enough to satiate everyone, from beginner-pleasing bristlenose, to novel Corydoras for the spawning fan, and finishing on rare banjo catfish for the seasoned expert.

If you take just one thing from the September edition, let it be the wisdom of Dr Peter Burgess. We asked him to write about salt and its uses in aquaria, and in true academic style he’s furnished us with the most comprehensive guide to sodium chloride you’ll find. Amazing stuff.

Nathan Hill, Editor

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