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Old 12-07-2006, 11:17 PM   #11
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My fish room is coming up, I am moving in Jan and have designated not one, but 2 rooms for tanks! I am not made of money, and rarely spend any money on myself. Time to start a little bit! Going to set up a variety of smaller tanks, 10 to 40 gallons max. Want to try lots of new plants and do lots of different scapes. Also want to experiment with different tank conditions, light levels, C02 and non C02, substrates, etc.. Hopefully I can get a couple of really special tanks happening. Lots to learn!

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While I live at home (cause it's free!) my fish room is my bedroom, with all my tanks but 1 in there. I have one in an office downstairs, but...mainly I have my room that houses my 6 tanks. One day when I get a house of my own, I will demand a fish room.


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Old 12-08-2006, 12:25 AM   #13
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I don't have a fish room, but I have tanks all over the house. I have a 10 gallon in the kitchen, a 45 gallon in my bedroom, a 55 gallon in the spare bedroom that will be moving into the bedroom relatively soon, a 29 gallon in the living room, and another 55 gallon in the living room. In fact, I just tore down my 20 gallon tonight to put it up. As soon as I can afford a 90 gallon RR, I will start my reef tank in the living room as well.
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Not Yet, I still plan on having a room just dedicated to my little saltwater friends, but got a little more work to do first.
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a fish room? nah, i keep mine spread out
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Old 12-09-2006, 04:47 PM   #16
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I use to when i breed bettas. And it was all in my room.

Sure dont miss the mess.
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Old 12-10-2006, 07:44 PM   #17
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Well, in a way I got a fish room. In my 2 bedroom flat, I got one for me and another I use for a study/gym/ rec room. It has 3 tanks on one side- 1 20g, 1 10g, and 1 5.5g- with my desk and weight equipment on the opposite side. Its rather nice- the water flowing into the tanks is quite soothing during study hours.

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