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Old 10-18-2017, 12:43 PM   #1
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Getting into bigger tanks

Hi, I'm Justin. I've been keeping fish for 8 years but have never gotten into any huge or complicated builds, and I'm looking to start. I currently have a 30 gallon tank with a 90 gallon external canister filter, 10 buenos aries tetras, a bristlenose pleco, a golden loach, and 4 corydoras (2 pandas, 2 false julies)
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Old 10-19-2017, 12:55 AM   #2
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What bigger size tank are you looking to get?
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Right now I'm working on a 55 gallon but I eventually wanna do a tank somewhere around 200 gallons
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Welcome and good luck. I had a 55 once but now Iím down to 20g tanks.
Invest in a python or similar water change system. No buckets for you!
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Welcome to AA! I have a75,55,40b, & a 10(my small one.) Lol
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