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Fish Trap - Aqua Medic

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Do you have an aggressive or sick fish you need to remove from your tank and he just won't go in the net? Try the Fish Trap from Aqua Medic. The Fish Trap is baited with food and as soon as the fish is inside the trap - release the mechanism to close the trap. The fish is now trapped with water to help reduce stress on the fish.

Dimensions: 6.7"L x 6.7"W x 8.27"H

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Use the Fish Trap from Aqua Medic to remove aggressive or ill fish from your tank while keeping them in water. The Fish Trap will remain half full with tank water to help reduce the stress on the fish.

Dimensions: 6.7"L x 6.7"W x 8.27"H



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  • Large in size but works great! By Fran on 7/25/2016

    I felt like the assembly took me a minute to figure out as I'm challenged and thought the directions could be slightly better. After I looked on line for a tutorial and saw how it actually worked I put it together. It is large in the tank but it caught my fish within an hour of being in there. It took a few attempts at adding food because I didn't want a whole lot floating away. Once the fish was interested... I closed the door and caught the tang (and a banghai cardinal) and moved him to QT. THe cardinal stayed inside with a little manipulation and I put him back into my display. I am super happy with the trap. If you have a lot of rock work and not much room in your tank - be careful about this particular trap. Otherwise, it is great and performed perfectly!
  • if you got to catch it, this is it. By J Crow on 4/14/2016

    This trap is well built and works like a charm, i had 6 spooky fish to catch in my 75gal tank, after trying without any luck to catch even one fish I ordered this product. On the first try after only 10 min I had all 6 fish in one catch, it really works.
  • Nice Trap By GLD on 12/23/2015

    Lets see.....Trap has been in the water for 3 are just now staring to go in it.......trying to catch in a 400gal. tank a 15 year old,8inch Acanthurus Lineatus that has turned into JAWS over the past few years....anyway back to the suction cups do not hold trap very securely...had to wedge in rocks.....the trap shown working on you tube must have used paid fish actors...because no one wants to go or no food....I will be patient....there has been some recent interest in the trap by the Clown Surgeon as a new home for himself.....I believe the trap will work....patience is key.........
  • Best fish trap ever By ArtC on 8/12/2015

    It works. Really, really well.
  • Great product! By Chris on 4/29/2015

    I just used this to catch a bi color angel that was picking at my coral. I had to leave it in my tank for 24hrs to let the fish warm up to it. After that the bi color jumped right in to eat! worked great! I would recommend this to anyone needing to catch that problem fish.
  • Great, but not quick By Blindrage on 4/26/2015

    Ich in the tank. 3 tangs, 2 Wrasse, 1 Sand Sifter, and 1 Midas Blenny in there. The tangs were a snap to catch. 2 of them on day 1, the last one in the morning of the second day. The wrasse was pretty easy the next day. It took me two more days for the sifter, and a week later I tore the rock apart to get the Blenny out since he was never going to go in the trap regardless of what bait I tried.

    So overall this was great, and made it pretty easy to catch most of the fish. It does take sitting there staring at the tank, but I do that anyway.
  • Got Him! By Kevin on 4/1/2015

    Needed to catch a blue hippo tang that was showing signs of ich. Tried for 3 days with nets, but my rock work is glued together so I had no luck. I ordered this, and 3 days after receiving it the fish is in the quarantine tank being treated. The first day I put the box at the bottom and left it, day 2 starting putting food inside the box and some of the fish started going in to eat (of course not the one I needed to catch), the third day instead of using the food stick, I took a medicine syringe and attached some air line tubing to it. I then sucked up some Mysis in the airline and put it in the hole on top and slowly squirted food into the box. Finally the hippo tang went in, pulled the string and he was caught. Was skeptical about this, but after using it, does what it says. Well worth it if you need to catch a fish.
  • Awesome trap By Dave on 2/2/2015

    We have used this trap several times and have yet to fail to catch the fish we were after. Extremely easy to use and very effective.
  • Worked very well By marion on 1/13/2015

    I needed to catch a yellow tang and didn't want to tear my rock work apart or stress the fish any more than necessary. The tang was very leery of the trap and I needed to leave it in there over night before he would go anywhere near it. But the next morning, I pulled up a chair, put food in the tube, and waited. He went right in and I caught him. The trap is large so you need to make sure that you have enough room in your tank for it but the good part about the size is that it easily fit the tang and then once he was caught, you can tip back the trap, let the water drain out the side vents, and then pull the trap from the tank with enough water left in it to hold the fish for a while.
  • Worked Quickly By Anneke on 1/7/2015

    I caught my Kole tang within 5 minutes of placing the bait in this trap. I put it in my tank 24 hours ahead of time to get the fish used to the trap's presence. It worked perfectly and quickly to remove my bully.
  • OK - but there has to be a better design By JP on 11/7/2014

    First off this does work. It's expensive for what you get but it works.

    Downsides 1) Instructions are crap. Do a youtube to see how to use this, but it's really sad how such an expensive product gets such poor instructions.

    2) it's difficult to set the trap. You have to use two hands AND see it at the same time. Thus here I am with two arms deep trying to see the hole to set the trap. The trigger is not easy to set. Yes you will be able to set it but it's a pain

    3) this is big - need a big level area to set this in. I think it would have been nice to have some included suction cups
  • good trap, once i figured out the best way to use it. By Justin on 7/17/2013

    at first when dry testing the door did not seem to slide smoothly, and the pin to release it was on a hair trigger.

    it was also larger than i was expecting, so i didn't have a good spot to put it in my tank. if the trap is not level the pin that drops the door tends to float out, since it is buoyant.

    what i ended up doing was building a platform out of egg crate light diffuser that held on to the side and top of the aquarium rim that kept the trap perfectly level and suspended above the rock work. this was stable enough to keep the pin release from coming out before i wanted it to.

    the door seems to also slide better once it is in the water and the whole rig has warmed up a bit. i think a little warming an expansion helped it.

    once it was all set up, it was just a waiting game. as others have suggested, not feeding the tank for a day or so speeds up the process. i also did not use the included feed retention tube. by leaving that out i was able to have food floating all inside the trap, making it easier for the target fish to see, and lure him in.

    all in all a good piece once i improvised a few details.