Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5 out of 5 by newbiez Corydoras Love It
My peppered corydoras love this! My ghost shrimp also like to eat this stuff. It doesn't foul the water! It softens fast, but I do cut it in half so that all my cories can eat without crowding in one place. Very clean, fish love it, extremely healthy, and the ingredients are good! Highly recommended.
February 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luke25478 Mollies love these
I bought this product for my loaches mainly and thought nothing else would really eat them. Well I was very wrong all of my fish go nuts when I put a few of these in especially my mollies. They don't leave any discoloration to my water what so ever.
January 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by catfishgirl Loved by all
I feed this to my fish (8 corys, 2 true SAEs, 8 kuhlis, 4 ADFs, and ? MTS) regularly and have had no problems. Sticks are big enough to satisfy big bottom feeders, yet not too big that my kuhlis have problems or my frogs choke. I have not experienced any problems with water quality while using this food and have noticed that the food stays together a little longer that other sinking sticks. This food also has better nutrition than other cheaper, store bought foods I've seen - the first 5 ingredients are actual meat which is what carnivorous catfish/bottom feeders should be eating, not wheat flour like most other cheap foods use as a main ingredient.
September 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by JustFishin Discolors Water Leaves Haze
I bought this product based on the normal high quality stuff Omega turns out thinking it would be right on par. I have a 12" sailfin pleco, a 10" and counting shovel nose catfish, along with two 3" baby oscars in a 125 gallon tank running two 150+ gallon rated canister filters. The water was always clear and clean until about 5 days ago, this puzzled me at first, but I noticed it was worse in the mornings and gradualy cleared up throughout the day. The cats are active during the day but will only eat once the tank lights are off and it's dimly lit from the room lighting. Once the lights kick off I feed them algae wafers, shrimp pellets, and cichlid pellets about 30 min later. One night I stayed up and waited about 2 hours then checked the tank to find it was a nearly opaque milky red color, about the same as the shrimp pellets. I stopped the shrimp pellets and haven't used them since, after changing about half the filter carbon it was clear in a few hour. I fed about 3 big tbsp of shrimp pellets a night along with the other foods and was even limiting their diet to that so they would't become bloated from too much dried foods, they were willing to eat more. The pellets were soggy but had not turned to mush before they were all eaten, except for about 2-3 pellets which the oscars picked up a little later. Overall, this product made the water look gross, it was by far nastier then anything I had ever come close to seeing in any of my tanks.
July 10, 2013