2009 Top 10 Saltwater Fish
Rated #1: aquascapesofla
Number of votes: 18
Fish Kept: Blonde Naso Regal Tang Yellow Tang Sohal Tang Orange Shoulder Purple Tang Mystery Wrasse Radiant Wrasse Sweet Lips Harlequin Tusk Clown Trigger Blue Asessor Anthias Harem (Lyretail) Darwin Percula Pair of Percula
Corals/Plants Kept: Too many to List!
Tank Size: 135
Advice: Get a Loan!
Description: Clown Trigger
Rated #2: DoctorRick
Number of votes: 16
About Yourself: 50 years old. Have kept fish since I was 10.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Banner Fish, Dwarf Lionfish, damsels
Corals/Plants Kept: none
Tank Size: 150
Advice: Enjoy your critters
Description: Fuzzy Dwarf Lionfish
Rated #3: NemoMama
Number of votes: 22
About Yourself: http://www.flickr.com/photos/35271137@N08/
Fish Kept: Check out my pics =)
Corals/Plants Kept: Check out my pics =)
Tank Size: 29
Advice: Check out my pics =)
Description: Peek-a-boo Nemo. Notice the Green Emerald Crab in the front
Rated #4: Uberbatman
Rated #5: Tien
Number of votes: 15
Quote: \\\"America is another name for opportunity. Our whole history appears like a last effort of divine providence on behalf of the human race.\\\" -Ralph Waldo Emerson
About Yourself: Just had the itch one day and bought a few Bettas and kept going from there. I have an interest in saltwater tanks, however my pocket book does not currently share the same interest. I just aquired a 120 gallon tank and am in the process of setting it up for saltwater
Fish Kept: Mono Sebae, Russell's Lion, Stonefish, Powder Brown Tang, Spiney Box Puffer, Columbian Shark (catfish).
Corals/Plants Kept: Fake Plants
Tank Size: 120
Advice: I have this tank and a few other smaller tanks. I recommend beggining with an Eclipse system and reading Freshwater or Saltwater Tanks for Dummies. The Eclipse system comes with everything you need. Make sure you have time for the hobby.
Description: What should I name him?
Rated #6: gawf4fun
Number of votes: 12
Quote: "I don't think the heavy stuff is gonna come down for quite a while"
Fish Kept: Purple tang, 2 Bartletts anthias, 3 sunburst anthias, X-mas and leopard wrasses. Blue jaw trigger (male), flame angel, blonde naso tang.
Corals/Plants Kept: 3 year mixed reef with wide variety of zoos, softies, montis, acros, ricordia, and large polyps corals. Starting to collect blastomussas
Tank Size: 180
Advice: Be careful when starting this hobby. It could change your life....
Description: Christmas wrasse and corals
Rated #7: ksweeetnam
Number of votes: 36
Fish Kept: 6 clowns yellow tang 2 sleeper goby
Corals/Plants Kept: leather tree flower pot elephant ear finger leather coral waving hand coral
Tank Size: 75
Advice: be patient
Description: dancing clowns
Rated #8: darksteel
Number of votes: 17
Fish Kept: 1 Yellow Tang 2 Ocellaris 1 Cardenal Bangao 1 Green Chromis 1 Coral Beauty 1 Trigger
Corals/Plants Kept: Both Hard/Soft
Tank Size: 55
Rated #9: brandybum
Number of votes: 19
About Yourself: I started keeping tropical fish 6 years ago. When I moved house I unfortunatly had to re-home my fiah. This was however a perfect oppertunity to start with Marine!
Fish Kept: Porcupine Puffer, Picasso Trigger, Niger Trigger, Regal Tang, High Hat, Volitan Lion Fish, Lipstick Tang, Blue spot tang/vlamingi tang, Stars and stripes Puffer and a Snowflake moray eel.
Corals/Plants Kept: Live Rock
Tank Size: 220
Advice: Great fun, go for it! Listen to advice, but get a lot of it from many sources, I have found many conflicting veiws on keeping marine fish
Description: stars and stripes puffer, Volian Lion, Lipstick tang, Koran Angel, picasso trigger, Blue spot tang, Snowflake moray eel
Rated #10: fihsboy
Number of votes: 27
Quote: what goes around comes around
About Yourself: Im only 20 years old but I live in Florida an love the florida keys. I like scuba diving and really feel that the reefs should be preserved. I figured it was time to get my own piece of reef in my home so I could enjoy the beauty every day and show people why it needs to be protected. My goal is to have a full blown reef in the top ten on this site and the nicest 29 gallon reef in the world. Its a challenge..........but im up for it.
Fish Kept: Two clowns, sixline wrasse, 100ish nassarious snails, sea cucumber, and 4 turbo snails.
Corals/Plants Kept: in my refuge I have brown red and green algaes as well as 60 mangroves. I have acropora, birdsnest,mushrooms,hammer corals, galaxy corals, fungi plate coral, xenia, and even palys and zoas.
Tank Size: 29
Advice: Be PATIENT. Thats why I got into this, to help me with my patients. You rush and you will fail.
Description: My fish are photogenic...but I need a macro lens like crazy. They pose for me...as you see. :)