I know exactly where your talking about! Was the rock any good? I was thinking of going down there but its about half an hour away and don't want to make the trip if its not worth it.baz11 said:I had been looking for this rock for a while, and finally found this place in san Antonio that sells this rock cheap only thing is you have to clean the mud out the holes but for .15 a pound I'll clean mud all day.
Keller-material off of Rigsby and 410? I love that place. They used to sell it already cleaned and bleached. Well, actually, they still do, but you have to buy the whole pallet.baz11 said:I had been looking for this rock for a while, and finally found this place in san Antonio that sells this rock cheap only thing is you have to clean the mud out the holes but for .15 a pound I'll clean mud all day.
What is Keller? I'm guessing it's a TX thing?RRasco said:I just picked up over 200lbs of rock from Keller a few weeks ago for $33. It really hits you when the same would cost close to $700 at an LFS. I also agree, it's not as holey as you would like, but that's why you take a wagon over there and pick out the pieces you want. I still got some really nice pieces. What I like about holey rock is, it is not just the natural holes that make good hiding spots, they stack really well and make holes between the rocks too.
My rocks are currently being bleached in my backyard, not turning white yet, so I may have to hit the with a pressure washer.
Do you know what the price difference is between the processed and unprocessed pallets?
I don't mind picking you up some rocks next time I'm there. Shipping will be the kicker though.yearmax said:Any chance so one out there in texas be will to send some f the rock to NY. I live in Amherst, NY and we have about a foot of snow here.. I have 15 gallon tank and looking to change things up a bit.
I am will to pay to have some sent up here so any help would be great.