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    700 gallon stock tank ideas

    Discussion in 'Cold Water, Temperate and North American Native Fi' started by cmbtengr1371, Apr 4, 2012.

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      I now own a 700 gallon poly stock tank. it is 8ftx2ft, I am looking for ideas to stock it in my backyard. I live in east tennessee. I am thinking about channel catfish, flathead catfish, koi, or any native /temperate/cold water fish that will work. I am just researching fish before I commit to stocking it.
       
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      Chinese high fin shark! (It goes by many other names too just can't remember them)

      Sent from my cave
       
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      a 3 foot long fish in a 2 foot wide tank isn't the best of ideas.
       
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      Oh didn't know they got that big...... Sorry nvm don't get that!
       
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      its a shame since you have such a big tank but not alot of width to work with. I would just get some butterfly koi
       
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      They won't get that big in a pond..still too big for a 2 ft wide tank.
       
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      In short words, you can't keep anything over 2 feet long. Goldfish would be your best bet if you like the view of fish in the pond. Red Rosies, golden orfe, bullheads, golden dojo loachs and few sunfish would be good pondmates for goldfish.
       
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      a poly stock tank is an 8ft diameter circle 2ft deep

      55 gal planted
       
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      Well that opens up the possibilities

      I say a channel cat and a Lagemouth Bass
       
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      Channels !
       

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