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Old 06-29-2013, 11:25 AM   #11
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Yes. Your fish need to be able to have swimming room too.

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Looks great you have plenty of room on the sand for stuff. Fish will find all the holes to swim thru and plenty of frag spots. Just blow your rocks off with a powerhead before wc.

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Yeah its tough keeping all the debris off of the rocks. They have plenty of caves and coves to swim through. I just hate all this sponge. Its ugly and hard to remove. Any idea why its growing? Also, do you think my fish are staying smaller because it benefits them with all this rock? Theyre a few years old and still reletively small. 3-4 inches on a blue tang and yellow tang at 3 years.

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