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- Mar 12, 2018
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- Concord, NC
I used to do this when I was in the hobby a while ago in Florida. I am meeting up with a local reefer tomorrow that has really nice pieces(mostly from battle corals) and selling them for good prices. It is good to meet with local reefers that are into it for the hobby.You don’t have any local forums? Try putting out a wanted in NC ad, and I’m sure on this site there are plenty in your area. If all you’re looking for is just plain acros, then why bother why vendor sites? Go local. It’s cheaper and people will probably sell you chunks of random, nice corals for cheap.
I guess I originally wanted to post for more of a rant to get it off my chest than anything else. While I don't agree with the jacked-up costs due to fancy names that online vendors charge, I do undertand it is a business and it is what it cost. I guess what bothers me more is the local scene. I just don't understand hobbyists that buy frags for $100+ and grow them out and sell nubs for $100. Just seems to me that it is causing more harm to the hobby than good.
I feel better now.