Aquarium Concepts is a premier aquatics store, proudly serving the Shreveport-Bossier area since 1984.
By offering a wide range of custom living reefs, live corals, marine fish, cichlids, filters, food and accessories we are able to cater to the advanced aquatic enthusiast.
We have experience with products and services for both custom home aquariums and larger commercial aquariums. We provide installation, set up, and delivery locally for personal aquariums, as well as nationally for commercial tanks.
Over the past 30 years, our work and experience has proven that we are one of the best in the business. So take a look around at all we have to offer, and come visit our store soon!
November Frag Fest Photos 11-18-13 - Last Saturdays Frag Fest was a huge success. We want to thank everyone that attended to swap and buy corals. Below are some photos of the event. Special thank you to Kimberly Clark for taking these awesome photos. [Show as slidesho. Read More... Aquarium Concepts Receives 2013 Best of Shreveport Award - SHREVEPORT August 14, 2013 — Aquarium Concepts has been selected for the 2013 Best of Shreveport Award in the Pet Stores category by the Shreveport Award Program. Each year, the Shreveport Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that. Read More... The History of Marine Aquarium Lighting (Part 2) - Technologies used by marine aquarists over the past few decades range from various types of fluorescent, HID, and LED lighting systems. 1960′s In the 60′s, aquarium lighting was largely limited to incandescent lighting which was unsuitable for a marine “reef” tank. It comes as no surprise that most aquariums of that era were fresh water. Read More... The History of Marine Aquarium Lighting (Part 1) - One of the major scientific principles of mother nature is that all energy here on planet earth comes from the sun. From the smallest creature to the largest mammal, all lifeforms depend on the sun somewhere in their food chain. One of the major goals of marine aquarists is to replicate a small piece of. Read More...