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Old 02-25-2014, 02:47 PM   #21
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Yes, MTS is an expensive disease to catch.

I currently have the following up and running:
2 x 115g
2 x 20g long
2 x 55g
2 x 5.5g
120g
40g breeder
36g hex
33g long
10g
80g
29g

and various tubs for fry
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Old 02-25-2014, 03:34 PM   #22
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Yes, MTS is an expensive disease to catch.

I currently have the following up and running:
2 x 115g
2 x 20g long
2 x 55g
2 x 5.5g
120g
40g breeder
36g hex
33g long
10g
80g
29g

and various tubs for fry
Soooo...which tank do you sleep in?

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Old 02-25-2014, 03:35 PM   #23
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Yes, MTS is an expensive disease to catch.

I currently have the following up and running:
2 x 115g
2 x 20g long
2 x 55g
2 x 5.5g
120g
40g breeder
36g hex
33g long
10g
80g
29g

and various tubs for fry

Wow, you've got MTS way worse than I do! I met a guy last week that had it real bad... 40 tanks, his largest was 700 gallons. I'm really close to the amount I can handle now. Dragonfish, how many hours a week do you spend maintaining that many tanks?
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Soooo...which tank do you sleep in?

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Ha ha ha! Now there's a "water bed".
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Old 02-25-2014, 04:10 PM   #25
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Ha, why in bed of course.
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Yes, MTS is an expensive disease to catch.

I currently have the following up and running:
2 x 115g
2 x 20g long
2 x 55g
2 x 5.5g
120g
40g breeder
36g hex
33g long
10g
80g
29g

and various tubs for fry
Forgot one, 20g high
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Wow, you've got MTS way worse than I do! I met a guy last week that had it real bad... 40 tanks, his largest was 700 gallons. I'm really close to the amount I can handle now. Dragonfish, how many hours a week do you spend maintaining that many tanks?

Due to limited mobility because of my back, it takes me longer than it used to. I can get all the upstairs tanks: 2 x 20 long, 2 x 55, 80, 29 done in just 4 hours. The rest of the tanks, all downstairs takes longer. the 100 plus gallon tanks take about 2 hours each, the rest of the tanks about 45 minutes each. That's just basic water changes, gravel cleaning, etc.
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Yes, MTS is an expensive disease to catch.

I currently have the following up and running:
2 x 115g
2 x 20g long
2 x 55g
2 x 5.5g
120g
40g breeder
36g hex
33g long
10g
80g
29g

and various tubs for fry

HOLY CRAP! I just became very jealous! Lol! Do you have a fish room?
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I'd say more life a fish house...
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I'd say more life a fish house...
Yeah I think that would be like a fish house! Lol! I had no idea Dragonfish had so many! Dragonfish, I salute you!
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