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Hi everyone

welcome to my new shrimp forum,

i really hope that everyone enjoys themselves and feels comfortable enough to call this place home in time.

if you have any suggestions at all about how we can make this forum better please feel free to contact me , admin or the moderators as we all

have a common goal to open up this great hobby and share all the information between other like minded people.

i hope you all enjoy your stay here.

cheers Dean

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Thanks Dean for setting this up! I think we definitely need a shrimp forum backed with your experience.

So when will we see more of your shrimp racks! ;)

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Awesome, I knew something was in the works and looks like it has a lot of familiar faces/names ;)

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This forum is going to be absolutely amazing. As soon as I came across it I immediately signed up and placed it in my favourites. The forum will really help all shrimp keepers in Australia and really is going to be something!!

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Thanks Dean for setting this up! I think we definitely need a shrimp forum backed with your experience. So when will we see more of your shrimp racks! ;)
no problem sprae' date=' although i wouldn't go as far as saying im that experienced, just have a true love for the hobby.that is on the list of things to do mate, i will certainly get it going again now i have a new home
Awesome, I knew something was in the works and looks like it has a lot of familiar faces/names ;)
Hi Fox, thanks mate and yes you were onto me from the start :) good to see you here.
its about time us aussie shrimpers had a good home!
have to agree with you brado, not just a home but somewhere with like minded people is what i want to create.:)
This forum is going to be absolutely amazing. As soon as I came across it I immediately signed up and placed it in my favourites. The forum will really help all shrimp keepers in Australia and really is going to be something!!
thanks Dan_97, very nice of you to say mate. i hope it lives up to your expectations and everyone else's to.
Love it good to see. Thanks Dean
hi Mat, glad you came for a look, hope to see you sharing some of that knowledge mate.
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hi loach i am all of the above, i built this forum for all the shrimp keepers, it was just bad timing that everyone else decided to launch as AL was dieing.been working on this for a few months now :)

Gday Dean,Great too se you on here. Are you an Admin or a sponser? Or both :o
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onto it mate, just need to sort out a few things first and then ill start a complete thread AGAIN :stupid: this is the last time though :)

Cool, Shrimp racks time dean :-)
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onto it mate' date=' just need to sort out a few things first and then ill start a complete thread AGAIN :stupid: this is the last time though :)[/quote']

Pinky promise? :o

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thank you for joining Lionel, its good to see you here and i hope you share many photos of you shrimp

and tanks with us all.

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Hi Dean, we missed you on AL. Good to see you've setup a gem for us mate.

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Great initiative Dean. Can't wait to see the fruits, or should l say shrimps of your labour. :encouragement:

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Nicely done Dean. It's good to be in a place where shrimp is not a 4 letter word and shrimp enthusiasts are not considered to be either criminals or greedy "dealers".

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cheers big ears dean! i personally i can't wait for the sharing of knowledge and photo. and yes lionel don't forget to post more pics up!

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Hi Dean,

Thanks mate for giving me the heads up about this your forum, as you can see i have happily made it my home place. I hope everyopne who comes onboard will be happy to share their expertise and some of their secretes in breeding their particular fancy shrimp

Great to know you mate!

Regards

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thanks Dean

will be a wicked journey for all shrimpers here. just what the hobby needed, a place to call home.

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Hi Dean

This shrimp forum is just AWSOME! i realy like this place. Im going to share all i know about shrimp and im sure i will learn ALOT from fellow shrimp keepers.

:cheerful:

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