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Old 06-05-2013, 12:58 AM   #21
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Whats up! I started when i was 14 with a 20 gallon with neon tetras, cherry barbs, and some corys.

Now i am 15 barely a year later and have

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Nice man! That escalated quickly lol. And glad to see another 15 year old!
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Ya lmao i barely sleep because im up studying fish. (Trust me, im no nerd in school lmao) but with fish ik almost all the latin names of the fish i like and have over 1k in fish equipment
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Old 06-05-2013, 01:02 AM   #23
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Started at age 9 with the same 24 gal i have today with some danios, tiger barbs, a rainbow shark, and a pleco.


14 now with 4 tanks
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Old 06-05-2013, 01:03 AM   #24
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The tank now houses my julidocrhomis cichlids



Unfortunatly last year the fish died due too a power outage
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Whats up! I started when i was 14 with a 20 gallon with neon tetras, cherry barbs, and some corys.

Now i am 15 barely a year later and have

55g with
Salvini
Convict pair
Jewel pair
Small tiger oscar (soon to be sold)

55g divided in half temporarely
1 red devil
1 red oscar

150g with
No fish its cycling but wil have6 jaguar cichlids on friday

10g with
1 jack dempsey healing from a frightful night
Dang! A 150 gal...... That is really cool man!
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Haha, good to see I'm not the only fish nerd. I started keeping a legitimate tank on my 15th birthday. It was (ironically a 15 gallon). I'm now almost 17 with that same 15, emptied for a future project, 16 bow front, 55 gallon, and a little 8 gallon I plan to convert to salt.
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Haha, good to see I'm not the only fish nerd. I started keeping a legitimate tank on my 15th birthday. It was (ironically a 15 gallon). I'm now almost 17 with that same 15, emptied for a future project, 16 bow front, 55 gallon, and a little 8 gallon I plan to convert to salt.
I started keeping pets in general when I was around 7.
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Cool. You are going to get a koi pond.
Digging it and putting liner or getting a pre made liner?
Probably building everithing, putting the liner
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Probably building everithing, putting the liner
That will be very fun. It was fun for me IMO. Woke up every morning at 6 to start digging and was done with the hole in a few days.
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My pond/ stream will only be 400 gallons, so not that big of a deal
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My pond/ stream will only be 400 gallons, so not that big of a deal
My pond is around 250 gals. That will be really cool when you get the pond/stream.
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Yea, I can't wait to get started, but I still need to get out to summer vacation
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Of you need any koi in the future, pm me and i may have some. I have a lot of fry right now.
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Yea, I can't wait to get started, but I still need to get out to summer vacation
So you are going to try and finish it over the summer?
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Oh no, I need to wait until next week for summer vacation
I don't know if I am doing koi, or shubunkin goldfish, as I feel th koi need a bigger pond
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So you are going to try and finish it over the summer?
Yea, hopefully it will take me 4 weeks
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So you are going to try and finish it over the summer?
Your pm box is full

I think a pond would be pretty cool. I have one it has koi and goldfish
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How big s your pond?
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Which one lol. My moms garden pond is like 250g
The ponds below my house are 50'x25-30'x10-15' deep

The other one is 20'x20'x4'deep
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Yea, hopefully it will take me 4 weeks
I hate the feeling of having to wait till summer to start a big project like that. I want to make a 400 gallon pond this summer for koi and some plecos. (A Chinese hi fin shark would be awesome)
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