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Easy Reefs

Masstick Fish Food

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14g Masstick Fish Food

SKU: 211065

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$7.49 $7.49

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42g Masstick Fish Food

SKU: 211066

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$20.99 $20.99

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70g Masstick Fish Food

SKU: 211067

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$31.99 $31.99

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100g Bulk Masstick Fish Food

SKU: 211075

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$41.49 $41.49

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1000g Bulk Masstick Fish Food

SKU: 211074

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Discontinued by Bulk Reef Supply
$269.99 $269.99

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Watch your fish eat food right off any surface in your tank. Masstick's all natural formula that contains a blend of diverse compounds, providing a balanced diet for all types of marine fish, especially finicky ones. Masstick food can be placed onto your tanks glass and fish can graze and peck at the food as they desire.

Five Sizes Available:

  • 14 gram
  • 42 gram
  • 70 gram
  • 100 gram bulk pack
  • 1000 gram bulk pack

 

Easy Reefs Masstick Fish Food comes in a powder formula that needs to be rehydrated and will create a thick and sticky paste that can then be attached to any surface in your aquarium. The freeze dried powder is composed of raw materials that provide balanced nutrition for omnivorous fish and invertebrates. If your inhabitants have specific needs, Masstick can be blended with many different types of mollusk, fish eggs, mysis, rotifers, and additives like Selcon. Once your paste is created, you can then stick it to your glass, rocks, or target feed corals with it. Placing small chunks around the tank will allow non-aggressive fish to find the food while aggressive fish are distracted. 

 

The Perfect Acclimation Food For:

  • Butterfly Fish
  • Tangs
  • Wrasses
  • Angel Fish
  • All other omnivores

 

Mixing Instructions

Add Masstick to osmosis water in a 1 to 0.5 ratio, and mix. Once the mixture is homogeneous, Masstick may be used immediately or frozen for later use. If freezing Masstick, it should be used within five weeks after preparation.

Example: Mix 14g of Masstick with 7mL of reverse osmosis water. Knead in a small ziplock bag until a homogenous mixture is obtained.

 

Feeding Instructions:

Take a portion of Masstick and stick it on a rock, a branched coral skeleton, or the aquarium glass (preferably on the lower third), or depending on the food-obtaining habits of the animals in the aquarium. We like to place multiple small pieces around the tanks glass and aquascape.

 

Due to customs restrictions, we are unable to ship this product to Canada

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Product Questions

After you mix it, can you put a few days worth in the fridge to feed and the rest in the freezer?
Question by: Brittney Contos on Oct 6, 2023, 8:54 AM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. Since the product is made with the freshest and highest quality ingredients and which are immediately freeze-dried to maintain optimum nutritional value. Freeze-dried microalgae and macroalgae are also added to the blend to satisfy the nutritional needs of a wide variety of marine fish I would recommend keeping frozen each portion until use. Please let me know if you need anything further.
Answer by: Thomas Wofle (BRS Staff) on Nov 15, 2023, 9:59 AM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. No, it should be used immediately or frozen.

Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero (BRS Staff) on Nov 15, 2023, 10:42 AM
What are the ingredients in this product?
Question by: Tyro on Nov 10, 2017, 4:50 PM
Masstick is made with the freshest and highest quality ingredients. The blend consists mainly of shrimp (Palaemonetes varians) that we produce ourselves, harvested in the “Veta La Palma” Natural Space, and which are immediately freeze-dried to maintain optimum nutritional value. Freeze-dried microalgae and macroalgae are also added to the blend to satisfy the nutritional needs of a wide variety of marine fish.

Masstick provides an essential source of proteins, lipids rich in fatty acids EPA, ARA and DHA, vitamins and carbohydrates, from natural sources of marine origin.
Answer by: Mark Schlough on Nov 26, 2017, 11:41 AM