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    also, should I cover the outflow pipe from the sump? think they may swim upstream and into the plumbing that way?
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    This was about $7 or something in the Home Depot pond department. because of the large surface area it is hard to completely clog them. I would use a long horizontal intake pvc pipe. Cut slits into it at 1/4" intervals. Then cover with these sponges.
    Perfectly clear water with a Monster Diatomaceous Earth (DE) filter! Check out the Hayward EC40 for $210 on Amazon. (I am not associated with this Amazon vendor.)



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    thanks yall. Any input on the ones i just set up?
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