Fish Transport Bags

If you need to move or relocate your fish or plants, you need Fish Transport Bags.  You can safely transport your fish with you by placing them in proper containers and reintroducing them to their tank as soon as possible. Unlike some pets, you can’t just put a fish tank or fish bowl in the car and go. Instead, you need to figure out how you will transport them. Most fish can survive for around 48 hours of travel, but beyond that you increase the risk that they will not survive. Fish Transport bags come in many sizes and varieties.  Decide what size is best for the aquatic item you need to transport.  Fill the bag a third of the way full of water from the aquarium. Then, place one fish into each plastic bag. Don’t put multiple fish in the same bag.  Place a second bag over the first bag so that it is extra protected. This helps in case the bag leaks. Use a rubber band to secure the bags so the fish and water cannot get out. If you are going to have the fish in bags for longer than an hour, get some pure oxygen from your local pet store to place in the bags with them. If you have live plants in your aquarium, you should put them in plastic bags filled with water from the tank. This will keep the conditions close to what they are in the tank, and help keep good, essential bacteria alive on the plants. Fill with water from the top of the tank. You need to place your fish in water from the tank, not from the tap. Fill your Fish Transport Bags with water from the top of the tank. This water is the cleanest. If you take water from the bottom, you will be placing waste into the small container and potential exposing them to bacteria that has settled at the bottom.  Place the bags on top of the water and let them float. This helps regulate the temperature of the water in the bags. When the temperature of the water in both are similar, you can pour the fish into the tank.  Our Fish Transport Bags are watertight, strong, and with double weld seal.

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