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Old 10-04-2011, 02:11 PM   #1401
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Is it possible we have exhausted every option fish wise? LOL
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Old 10-04-2011, 02:15 PM   #1402
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Is it possible we have exhausted every option fish wise? LOL
Have I? No way! Just need a good centerpiece...
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Old 10-04-2011, 02:22 PM   #1403
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I know it's a hard choice...lol Thats why the tusk is so attractive to me, I think it would be a nice fish to work around.

BUT then theres the tang, always a good choice. Either another Kole or maybe a bristletooth like a tomini. Mine is really cool when he's out, but still quite shy. lol

Or you could wait it out and when your tank is more mature get an anthias. I believe one would be good. There's some really colorful ones. I'm not 100% though, I just got one yesterday and I am worried sick. :-( So the jury's still out on the anthias, but you might have better luck than me.
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Old 10-04-2011, 02:27 PM   #1404
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Yeah, saw your thread about the new guy. It'll work out I'm sure. About to get my own home, so may be able to upgrade to 125+. Just gotta get the ok from wifey.
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Old 10-04-2011, 02:36 PM   #1405
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It's only 2 more feet in length and soo worth it. it actually seems small to me now when I look at it. Course it's full up with rock now. Hopefully adding another 50lbs of base rock this weekend.

I'm sure it won't be a hard sell, it will be expensive though as I recently found out. But again, so worth it cause you don't really have to worry about fish size, there are still a few fish the 125g isn't tank enough for but not that many.
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Have a shot at a 125 w/ stand for $200.00 or complete system w/ sump and skimmer for $400.00. Thought I had my table saw sold for $150.00 which would have closed the deal for me on the tank and stand and the guy backed out. grrrrrrr. But, I have another who is interested. If he bites, I may be GOING BIG. LOL
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Going to get the Tusk as the show piece for my tank... So, Carey, I'll let you know if it works out.
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Sweet. The 15th correct?
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