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Reef_World
05/10/2017, 03:20 PM
I bought a Sally Light Foot a few months back from my LFS and of course they told me it is totally reef safe. After doing my research on the crab I realized it will get big and nasty!! I know I should have done my homework before the purchase, but I had trust in my LFS :debi:

My question is, how the hell do I get this thing out of my tank? the due is very slick and fast. Which methods have worked for you guys??:hmm2:

Reef_World
05/10/2017, 03:21 PM
I bought a Sally Light Foot a few months back from my LFS and of course they told me it is totally reef safe. After doing my research on the crab I realized it will get big and nasty!! I know I should have done my homework before the purchase, but I had trust in my LFS :debi:

My question is, how the hell do I get this thing out of my tank? the due is very slick and fast. Which methods have worked for you guys??:hmm2:

The dude is very slick and fast**^^ aghhh damn auto correct!!

Mr. Eel
05/10/2017, 04:23 PM
I donk know about a crab but if you cut the top half of a plastic soda can off and invert and put some food in it you can catch shrimp very well and maybe a crab

Reef_World
05/10/2017, 05:39 PM
I donk know about a crab but if you cut the top half of a plastic soda can off and invert and put some food in it you can catch shrimp very well and maybe a crab

Tried something similiar (glass jar) with no luck. Layed it on a 45 degree angle against a rock

Mr. Eel
05/10/2017, 07:48 PM
sry I don't know how else to catch it unless you want to undo all you rockwork, but if you have corals that will be a real pain is the butt. its strange I have 2 in my reef tank and all my corals seem perfectly happy.

Reef_World
05/10/2017, 08:53 PM
sry I don't know how else to catch it unless you want to undo all you rockwork, but if you have corals that will be a real pain is the butt. its strange I have 2 in my reef tank and all my corals seem perfectly happy.

I have not noticed anything as of yet in regards of corals, but everyone tells me they get big and aggressive and can attack fish

Mr. Eel
05/11/2017, 06:30 AM
Oh that could be a problem I see why you want them out now.