900 gallon monster pond stocklist

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Will the use of a aerator be good too for my planned system? The one I'm looking at has airflow of .15 CFM. I'm most likely going to use water lettuce too.
 

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I have no knowledge of aerators but with a large surface area and filter flow will be a good start
 

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I'm going to just move my ripsaw catfish and keep my flower horn inside. I'd have decided that I will just raise +25 juvenile koi and sell them off until I have 6-10 of my favorite ones left. Will my catfish be able to survive the winter or will I have to move him back inside once it is winter time?
 

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I would be worried about the golden dorado and the green servum and the flower horn
 

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I would be worried about the golden dorado and the green servum and the flower horn
I've decided not to get a golden dorado, and the flowerhorn is going to live inside. Also the divider of my severum and flower horn tanks got knocked over and the flowerhorn mutilated my severum. I'm currently looking into growing out a silver arowana and another hardy large characin.
 

jonah h2o

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man, golden dorado are cool, definitely get some peacock bass! and maybe a African arrowana!
 

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I like how that look, but I do believe they will eventually become arowana fare. I am interested in one for my aquariums though. I've been looking a trio of cigar sharks
That is true... they need a lot of space in an aquarium though
 

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That is true... they need a lot of space in an aquarium though
I believe my pond should be large enough to hold a trio, plus in my part of Arizona it gets warm enough that I can overwinter hardy tropical fish. So I will do a silver arowana, and maybe the trio of cigar barbs, and a few good looking plecos.
 
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