Archive for January, 2013

Added Some Goldfish to Kick Start the Bacteria

January 29, 2013

I added some goldfish to start the bacteria process.

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100 Gallon Cleared Up

January 29, 2013

A picture from the next day. Looking good!

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100 Gallon Fish Tank Up and Running

January 24, 2013

Got the needed helping hand last night and was able to get the 100gal online. I used 25% of old water and the rest out of the tap. Tonight I will take some pH and NO2 measurements to get a base line. Here is one looking down the length of the tank. When I checked […]

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Finish prep work on fish tank stand

January 23, 2013

Ran the electrical and cut the styrofoam for the fish tanks. I had to put the 29gal on just to see what it will look like. I’m going to need another body to lift the 100gal onto the stand.

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Fish tanks cleaned

January 23, 2013

With the help of vinegar and water I was able to clean up the 100gal tank. It went from this To this

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New 100gal and 29gal Stand

January 21, 2013

In preparation to getting the 100gal fish tank online I needed to build a stand for it. Since I picked up a 29gal fish tank from the fish auction, I decided to build the stand to accommodate it as well as any future fish tanks. The dimensions of the stand is 10′ x 18″ x […]

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Nile Tilapia

January 8, 2013

The Nile tilapia are getting too big for the tank. So I got an old 100 gallon tank from a good friend, just needs some love. Really thick glass, no wonder it was so heavy. The tilapia are going to love it!

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