Hi everyone - new to the forum! I had an octopus when I was a kid, about 35 years ago. I bought him fully grown and had him a little over 2 years. At that time, the aquarium industry was no where near as advanced as it is now. I even used regular tap water to make my saltwater! More recently I got back into the hobby and I've had a successful mixed reef for about a year and a half. I want to have another cephalopod for my other aquarium, but my only hesitation is, if I go on vacation, how would I feed it? When I was younger, my octopus would pick off damsels or other small saltwater fish that (briefly) lived in my aquarium with him. The fish would never last beyond about a week before they were all gone, and he would hunt them as he got hungry. Just wondering, has anyone else had experience similar to this, letting their octopus self-feed and hunt at will? Can I throw a few feeder crabs and saltwater feeder fish in with him before I leave and let him hunt on his own while I'm away? Thanks for any advice anyone might have with this scenario.