It was not until I met a group of breeders that I was taught the techniques and industry insider tips about how to bring out the colors and shine in my Arowana that left me wondering how many other fellow enthusiast like yourself are being kept in the dark.
Although not the best, but my first Arowana using the methods I've learnt turned out to be a beauty.
I want to show you that it is possible to beat the system, learn to expose your Arowana?s true colors using techniques that South East Asian breeders have tested with mad results!
Professional Arowana Breeders are hiding something from you ? the secret of getting your Arowana to show its true colors. Aquariums and Arowana breeders run a business first and foremost, not a hobby. If they taught you how to bring out saturated and rich colors in your Arowana, why would anyone buy their prized Arowanas anymore?
Many Arowana owners in South East Asia (where the prized Asian Arowanas originate) have already, and have for the longest time, been getting epic success with rearing richly colored, active and flawless Arowanas. I know, because I am one of them!
I'm Robert and I have cared for and brought up many brilliant Arowana fishes over the years. I am about to give you the key to insider breeding techniques rarely revealed outside of Southeast Asia that will have you shaking your fist at how many bad advice and misconceptions you have received with regards to keeping an Arowana.
I have personally advised and helped customers brought up Asian Arowanas of all types with great success over the last 13 years as a hobby. It started out as helping a friend set up and rear his first Golden Crossback but through his recommendation subsequently to other friends, I moved on to providing personal assistance to extended friends and customers.
These are some of the fishes I have reared and they are not worth thousands of dollars when i bought them but now, they are worth a lot more than that. In fact, I have had businesses offering me close to $8,000USD for a couple of my Golden Crossbacks and Red Asian Arowanas.
The truth is that it really isn't hard to keep a healthy Arowana... once you are able to dig through all the myths about keeping one. The trouble comes when people try to do too many things to the Arowana or keep meddling with its living conditions.
You're right, rearing an Arowana is not that difficult at all. In fact, The Arowana is one of the hardiest fishes around that is highly adaptable to its surroundings. But a lot of aquariums and professional breeders tend to over-complicated matters. They want to control every single aspect of rearing an Arowana from the way it grows to every detail of the tank setup.
The problem with that is it results in a truckload of chemical, medication, equipment that may cause stress to the Arowana because you are introducing a ton of foreign substances that the Arowana is not familiar with!
This is incredible, it sickens me to know I was missing out all along. I bought my first Asian Arowana at a great cost and it died within a month. My second one is a red tail Asian Arowana that I got at a good deal and I've been keeping it using the tips from your book.
They are great! Simple, easy to follow and my Arowana is very happy and the colors are developing just nicely. I've been tempting a few of my friends when they come over to my place for beer and you can expect a few more referrals from me when they decide to get their own lovely Asian Arowanas. Thanks again for the Arowana care tips!
If you have had this experience before, I know exactly how you feel because 6/10 of new Arowana owners experience this too.
You buy an expensive Asian Arowana that you fork out cash for. You even tell yourself it is your first and it is okay to spend a bit more money on expensive equipment and chemical enhances that the aquarium owner swears he "uses it himself" and that you "can't go wrong" because it is "worth the extra money spent".
Learn to handle Arowana illnesses, or hand your Arowana to the arms of death. Many seasoned Arowana owners will learn this the hard way but your Arowana will fall sick or become stressed at some point in time. The newbies will take every single last minute action, poisoning their tank with an excessive amount of chemicals in a frenzied attempt to save their fish but the truth is that a little preparation can imcreases the chances of your Arowana surviving but more than 50%. One of the defining differences between a seasoned pro and a helpless newbie at rearing Arowanas is that the more experienced hobbyist spots illnesses when the first sign of it manifests and takes IMMEDIATE action to solve it. I'm going to literally hand over this exact set of valued knowledge that others take years to achieve on their own. This will arm you with the knowledge needed to handle illnesses calmly, and to be able to spot problems with your fish and accurate diagnose a remedy. YOU WILL LEARN TO SPOT BEHAVIOURAL SYMPTOMS and PINPOINT WHICH ILLNESS IS PRESENT.
Having the foresight to identify these symptoms and having the correct knowledge to take action could mean the difference between the continued survival of your Arowana. This is very often the one Make or Break difference that separates a newbie and a seasoned Arowana fish owner.
Rather than try to squeeze in as many chemical enhancers or specialized, professional equipment and top-of-the-line products that yield only marginal benefits,
When it comes to Arowana care, I prefer to use the bare minimum amount of equipment and additives in order to keep your setup simple...