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Old 02-12-2010, 04:29 PM   #11
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I wish that the Great Barrier Reef was all mine.

Okay, so my dreams tend to get out of hand sometimes....
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Old 02-12-2010, 08:37 PM   #12
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lol I agree.
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Old 02-12-2010, 11:13 PM   #13
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my gf said IF i got rid of all my tanks i could get 1 big one, she didnt pay attention to what she said and didnt give me a limit to what size i could get. Id like a 12 ft long ??? how deep and 4 ft tall african tank and id like to do to africa and catch my own ship them back. that would be AWESOME!
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Old 02-13-2010, 06:11 AM   #14
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i would love a custom made, 15foot or so long, 5 foot wide, 3 foot tall tank, that is almost S shaped, rock background, gravel bed, and a large number of Bala Sharks, but i also want it to be flowing, from one side to the other. so probably wouldnt be ideal for them, but still, its a dream right?
id also love a huge salt water fishpond, and have wild mackeral and maybe a couple plaice. dunno why but always loved mackeral, their marking and way they swim. only see them on my hook, but always love to let them go and watch them swim lol... if it would be possible id have a pond full... least they would survive the climate here, as its their natural climate. bout the only thing that would be going for them though lol...
hmmm ill check into backhoe rental
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Old 02-16-2010, 09:51 AM   #16
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this is a terrarium that i built for a couple of bearded dragons eventually i will built a fish tank to match... the tank measure 54" across the backs and is 18" wide L shaped i had to custom build it all. custom cut and tempered bottom and plate glass sides. not even setup yet and over a grand invested. no stand even... click on the pic to see it in its present...stuck in my basement were it was built...
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Nice tank. I bet that beardie was happy lol. How big is it?
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:42 AM   #18
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unfortunatly it is still in my basement no stand or space yet ran out of funds to finish seting up with appropriate equip... the beardies are actually a pair and the male is about 18" and the female about 14". they are very happy and healthy but dreaming of the bigger tank...
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I have a basement utility room big enough to hold about 30 55g tanks on racks, but we also have tons of junk even though we've had 4 huge garage sales in the last 2 year. I would love to set up half of that space with breeding tanks for Cichlids and other FW fish, and heavily planted tanks, then the other half SW Reef tanks and grow corals and make a business out of it. If I could make enough money at it, I'd easily walk away from any job because I have a true passion for this hobby.

If I won the lottery, I would either build a house with a huge dedicated fish room or buy a warehouse space and start up the business just for kicks and also to employ some fellow fish fanatics so they could leave their jobs too. Ok, I would do both.
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A room dedicated to my fish of course, I think the biggest i would want is the room that is in the monster fish video i saw an oscar that was HUGE in there and i want him..or her. But i like having a lot of decent sized tanks like 130-150 range and i want one stocked with only blue and orange fish....for the broncos
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