Acrylic micro fishing photo tank

$ 9.99
$ 9.99
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These acrylic micro fishing photo tanks allow you to take pictures of your fish without drying them out. Keeping fish wet helps keep them alive for a safe release.

Catching and identifying various species can be a fun part of microfishing. These small tanks make it easier.

These tanks are pretty well built. With moderate care they last years. They are a bit sturdier than the Promarine Micro Fishing Tanks we sell.

The small tanks are great for true micro fish like dace, darters, sculpins and small shiners.

The large tanks can handle several micro fish or one smaller native trout or young sunfish.

Small: 3.5"x1.5"x1.5"

Large: 5.5"x3.5"x3"

These tanks may have tiny micro abrasions visible only from particular angles or under certain lights. These are embedded in the acrylic used to make these tanks. Most people will never see these tiny imperfections. We've sold many photo tanks without issue, but this is something we want to mention. As you can see from the picture of the brook trout in the large photo tank, the imperfections do not interfere with photography and in most all cases aren't even visible.

These acrylic micro fishing photo tanks allow you to take pictures of your fish without drying them out. Keeping fish wet helps keep them alive for a safe release.

Catching and identifying various species can be a fun part of microfishing. These small tanks make it easier.

These tanks are pretty well built. With moderate care they last years. They are a bit sturdier than the Promarine Micro Fishing Tanks we sell.

The small tanks are great for true micro fish like dace, darters, sculpins and small shiners.

The large tanks can handle several micro fish or one smaller native trout or young sunfish.

Small: 3.5"x1.5"x1.5"

Large: 5.5"x3.5"x3"

These tanks may have tiny micro abrasions visible only from particular angles or under certain lights. These are embedded in the acrylic used to make these tanks. Most people will never see these tiny imperfections. We've sold many photo tanks without issue, but this is something we want to mention. As you can see from the picture of the brook trout in the large photo tank, the imperfections do not interfere with photography and in most all cases aren't even visible.