Atlanta Reef Shops?

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  1. Tennsquire

    Tennsquire Well-Known Member MTRCMember

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    Can anyone recommend a good reef store in Atlanta? Headed that way tomorrow for a show, and would like to hit a store or two on the way back home on Wednesday. Primarily looking for coral/frags, not fish. Thanks!
     
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    Atlanta Aquarium in Duluth is my go to store!
     
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    "The Fish Store" nice place.
     
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    The Fish Store for sure. Pure Reef is also very good.
     
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    Pure reef is an amazing store
     
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    Nemo on Indian Trail right off I-85 before Atlanta. Great selection and good prices; I've never had a sick animal from them. Best coral in Atlanta IMHO
     
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    There's a store called Sea Oddities in Kingsport I believe. Not really on the way, but that's the absolute worst fish store I've been in my entire life. There were probably 30 signs saying not to touch the glass, and maybe 60 tanks full of colorless corals and fish. I went there hoping to find some cool stuff, and left with a bad taste in my mouth. Best believe I'll never waste my time there again
     
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    Reef Shac is the first stop you should make. His store won't disappoint. Every store in Atlanta has their pros and cons but for coral selection and price, his is #1. Just take a look at his Facebook page, Shacarr Dupree (store owner).
     
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    I concur, Reef shac and Nemo are also very good.
     
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    Due to time constraints (and our travel route), I picked reef shac. I was not disappointed and left with some awesome and decently priced frags. I could spend all day in that store and will be back....
     

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