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    Video of my 150 after rebuild

    Discussion in 'Cold Water, Temperate and North American Native Fi' started by Mr.Catfish, Apr 2, 2012.

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      [video=youtube;W9OuD48McGI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9OuD48McGI&list=UU0klGoNT1JgNvwGPvzPMG0w&index=1&feature=plcp[/video]
       
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      very nice ,whats the full stocklist?
       
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      1-10 inch Grass pickerel
      1-8 inch Green sunfish
      1-7 inch Pumpkinseed
      2-3 to 4 inch Northern Longear sunfish
      1-4 inch Central longear
      2-6 to 7 inch common carp
      2-7to 8 inch Black Crappie
      1- 4 inch Channel catfish
      1-6inch Stonecat Madtom
       
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      wow very very beautoful
       
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      love the long ears and the grass pickerel
       
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      Nice tank!
       
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      im a native lover too. great setup crispy clear water lol. you gotta throw a bass in there to complete a native tank in my opinion. when i start a 150-200g native im gonna stock it with tiny wimpy fish (barbs, tetras, ect.) let them breed and fill the tank. then intro some natives and watch them disapear :)
       
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      Absolutely love it. just a great example of a complete native aquarium. That driftwood is amazing, i'm dying to find a really nice looking piece like that. What is the substrate you are using?
       
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      Thanks everyone,the substrate is sand I collected from a local river.
       
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      your tanks are probably my favorite native tanks on this forum
       

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