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I live in a small community in Oklahoma.........hell who am i kidding its not the middle of nowhere but you can see if from here. there are a lot of cattle and horses and that means there are a ton of flies. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way i could catch the little bastards and feed them to my fish with out using chemicals that would hurt my system...with the amount of flies in our area i figure i could feed about a million fish for at least 5 months out of the year...not sure of nutritional value of flies and although the fda has an allowance for flies and fly feces in prepared food they do not have a nutritional value on them go figure. :)

thanks for any advice.

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I have heard of people hanging a bug zapper over their fish tank.  Do they work on flies? Just a thought.

I have a bug zapper on my front porch and all it accomplishes is making my electric bill go up.....flies just go by it laughing and flipping me off.



Randy Mann said:

I have heard of people hanging a bug zapper over their fish tank.  Do they work on flies? Just a thought.

fly trap. . . gross but they work, boy do they work

i have used the milk jug ones and i think they attract more flies lol

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