My goldfish in my 270 gallon pond love the stinking food pellets. They’re good for mid to large goldfish but the little ones need something smaller like flakes or crumbles. All the fish love these pellets when they are big enough to eat them.
Koi fish seem to be growing fast on this food. Most of the food sinks but there are some pellets that continue to float. Price was good too for the quantity.
I use this in my small pond in our back yard. The Goldfish love it and the come for it as soon as I put it in the pond. IO have been using this for a fow years without problems
My fish has been doing great on this food for over a year, her tank water hardly ever has to be addressed and she is happy. I won’t use any other food
I bought this as a substitute for my regular sinking fish pellets since Chew was out on my last auto ship. My fish like it and I like the size better than my regular ( it's a little larger pellet so it takes less time & product at feeding time ). It is a good price and seems to be more readily available. My only complaint is it says " sinking" which it does not do right away. You either have to tap it down or wait 2-3 min while the fish eat it off the top. It then ends up on top of the lily pads leaving me to clean them up before I walk away every time. So four stars for it NOT sinking completely.
Half the pellets don't sink, don' think there worth the price
Great fish food. They really do sink to the bottom which is so important for goldfish and they are the perfect size!
I bought this and tried feeding it to my goldfish over the course of two weeks. Every single time he swallows the pellets he spits them out immediately! Shows no interest in these pellets at all. Every other fish food I’ve fed him he seems to enjoy (tetra brand fish food flakes, shrimp pellets, freeze dried baby shrimps, vegetables, etc...), but for some reason he doesn’t like these! They sink like advertised and don’t cloud my water. I think they’re nice sized pieces for a grown goldfish!
my preferred goldfish food, its best they have a sinking food and this is it
My goldfish live in a 75 gallon aquarium that gets handled more like a small indoor pond. I have used these larger pellets as both treats, and also loaded into my automatic feeder (be sure to adjust the amount dispensed with the feeder, as the larger pellet size might mean adjusting both the food dispensed, and perhaps the schedule, too, in comparison to smaller pellets). This stuff sinks slowly, and will happily be eaten by my catfish or plecostomus if the goldfish miss a pellet or two. Water stays clean, fish seem to enjoy it. Be sure to verify the pellets aren't too big -or too small - for your own fish; when I first started feeding this as a treat, I could see the fish with smaller mouths were having trouble. Now that the little guys have grown a bit, everyone in the tank can eat these pellets.