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Old 01-29-2013, 10:02 PM   #21
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Edit my last post- you don't need live rock. You can use Base rock or Tufa rock. And you also don't have to get all of it at once. Maybe just get 25 lbs or so. Petco has expensive live rock. Aquatropics in Kennewick sells live rock, live rock rubble and base rock. Give them a call and ask what their prices are. And if you keep an eye out sometimes people sell live rock or dead live rock on Craigslist for cheap.

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Old 01-29-2013, 11:47 PM   #22
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Alright I will do that! I'm not going to start this until March, when I get my birthday money anyways, but I like to plan a couple months ahead. So, if I go with a 55, what equipment will I need, and what fish? I'd like to do semi aggressive/aggressive, but I've gotta have a goby or two in their haha. What inverts?

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