- Fish Breeding
|Twistersmom ||08-12-2009 08:53 PM |
Hello & welcome to the forum!
Now thats a lot of fish tanks!
|dramaqueen ||08-12-2009 09:08 PM |
Hello and welcome to FishForum.
|MoneyMitch ||08-12-2009 11:43 PM |
Welcome nice setup! seems you have more tanks than my local fish store rofl friend request sent :D
|Romad ||08-13-2009 05:30 AM |
Welcome. I'll bet you have a lot of people on this forum drooling over the number of tanks.
I am so jealous,, I think I shall not speak with you for some time!:jk:
|Fishin Pole ||08-13-2009 07:26 AM |
Nice setup............Wish i had all the room you have...........
thank you all it great to be here. in the next 2weeks I plan on getting alot done and looking better. I still have to plumb my central air pump and seal and fill about 8 29s for my pairs so they are not all spread out. I just cant get enough tanks once the babies start popping out its a mad dash to find room for them all.I try and keep everything as cheap and easy as I can make it. I have no fancy central filter set-up only good ol sponge filters which work much better than people think. the cpvc that is running along the walls and to each tank is for my water changing setup its all ran in a loop to 2 100 gal water containers. it doesnt look the best but dang it works. I can fill about 5 tanks at a time at 10 gallons aminute to each tank.:-D
|aunt kymmie ||08-13-2009 09:20 AM |
WOW. Quite the set up. How fun! Welcome to the forum :-)
|Fishin Pole ||08-13-2009 09:44 AM |
I agree on the sponge filters.................If anyone is gonna setup a system for breeding purposes, they are the way to go.......easy maintainance, and it takes alot of other things out of the equation..........I plan on doing the same kind of setup eventually, but not on the scale you have done..............Great Job!
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