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Old 12-08-2014, 01:29 PM   #1
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Talking I just gotta keep both fresh and saltwater tanks

As I was sitting here checking out my fishies
it occurred to me that for as long as I can remember I have had both salt and freshwater tanks going at the same time.
There has only been maybe 1 year that I only had salt tanks and maybe 2 that I only had freshwater.

I honestly can't imagine not keeping both types as they offer such different experiences.
Probably also why I usually end up with 5+ tanks going.

I currently only have two salt and one freshwater......currently...

Who else just has to keep both types?

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I do!

I get to see quick changes with my planted tanks, getting to change them around often. Then there's satisfaction from growing out my coral nice and slowly as well

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Old 12-09-2014, 12:07 PM   #3
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I do also but my freshwater don't get 1/2 the attention as the salt ,
and the freshwater is hogging up my 40b that I want to transfer my sw predators too
but I just need to wait till the mrs says go for it ,as it's her tank (really mine just don't tell her) but it seems I get to clean it and maintain it ! maybe someday I can pass off the X large goldfish and monster pleco
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