Well as time has passed, the highback has become brave and is more tame, and even picks up food right in front of the GoPro.
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There's no water changes on this bad boy, only top ups, and then there's filter maintenance once in 3 years.wow beautiful... How much water do you change weekly?
ThanksCool video, great to see them hungry and active. Btw how big would you estimate your Flagtail currently is? I'll bet he's going to get huge in that pond.
I find this interesting. What kind of filtration is it, if you don’t mind me asking?There's no water changes on this bad boy, only top ups, and then there's filter maintenance once in 3 years.
I run an aquaponics filter system, and whenever I feel the water is getting bad, I just give the plants a heavy trim, and the filter gets a boost.
I will try and take a small video of the filter. But to put it in words it's kinda like a top filter, with two steps.I find this interesting. What kind of filtration is it, if you don’t mind me asking?
I am always curious how people do filtration in different parts of the world. Would love to learn new ways of filtering large ponds and whatnot. Maybe do you have a thread about it, or would you be interested in doing one?
I've got pretty much the exact same setup only on a smaller scale in my mini 240G indoor pond. I can't recommend that sort of "natural filtration" enough, although mine is an addition to normal filtration plus water changes.They are all filled with 5-8mm pebbles and 10mm aquaclay pellets. For filter media.