1. Welcome to the shiny new site! Please have a look around and let us know how its working for you. Please note that all returning members will need to reset your passwords to login again. Click on "forgot password" to reset your password. If you still have issues then email us at board@marinecolorado.org Thanks
    Dismiss Notice
Dismiss Notice
Site Upgrade complete! A new version of the forum software has been uploaded. Please let us know if you have any issues. Thanks

What reef stores should I visit in Ft. Collins...

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Mandarin417, Oct 12, 2021.

  1. Mandarin417

    Mandarin417 Copepod

    Hello MASC. I just moved from Houston to Colorado a couple of months ago and itching to get a new tank started up here. I checked out the reef stores in the Boulder and Denver areas. What are must see stores in Ft. Collins for best corals and livestock that I should visit?

  2. SynDen

    SynDen Kraken Staff Member M.A.S.C Club Member M.A.S.C. B.O.D. M.A.S.C President M.A.S.C Webmaster

    Welcome to CO.
    Biggs Lagoon in Firestone is a good shop to check out. There is also the Fish Crew in FC and Animal Attractions in Greeley. If you make it down to the Denver area at all be sure to check out Aquatic Art
  3. jda123

    jda123 Tuna M.A.S.C Club Member

    In addition, Alpine Koi is in Fort Collins... they are hit or miss on Livestock, but they have tons of fittings, bulkheads, baskets and all of that.
  4. Thomas Doty

    Thomas Doty Copepod

    Welcome Bob! It's been a while since I was at Animal Attractions in Greeley, but they usually have a nice stock of healthy corals and fish. The owner is super nice and will haggle with you if youre trying to get a deal. I almost bought a 6-7 head elegans there for around $70. The staff at Alpine Koi and Reef in ft Collins are also super helpful and knowledgable. I was there last week and saw a good variety of LPS, but not many sps. The fish crew in ft collins is a nice place with a huge saltwater display tank, lots of fresh water shrimp and fish. Their corals are healthy, but priced on the higher end.

Share This Page