Top 71 - 80 Freshwater Tanks 2011

Rated #71: 92 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #71: 92 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My 92 gallon Malawi cichlid tank
Username: Randy Smith
Country: United States
Rank: #71 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Randy Smith on
Ratings: 5.06
Number of votes: 140
About Yourself: I got a 3 gallon tank for my sons birthday. I ended up getting about 3 more tanks within a year untill I settled on this one. This tank has been running for about a year now.
Fish Kept: Malawi Cichlids: Yellow Lab, Lemon Jake Peacock, Red Eurika Peacock & OB Peacock Red Dragon Peacock, Williamsi Blue Lips, Sunshine Peacock, tanganyikan cichlid: Yellow Calvis about 12 Red Odessa Barbs(They calmn the cichlids) 2-Synodontis Multipunctatus cats
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 92 gallons
Advice: two things: 1st, don't clean your filters to much. Let them do their job, but do weekly water changes. I clean filters about once a month with tank water. 2nd, Over filter your tank if possible.
Description: My 92 gallon Malawi cichlid tank

Rated #72: 75 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #72: 75 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - 1 of my 75 gallon tanks
Username: Greg Powers
Country: United States
Rank: #72 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Greg Powers on
Ratings: 5.04
Number of votes: 98
Fish Kept: 15" sun catfish, 9.5" red tail chalceus 6" Bahia Red 8" senegal Birchir 3.5" upside down catfish mixed african chiclids and peacocks 2 geophagus's
Corals/Plants: no live plants but a few synthetic. 2 pieces of driftwood and lots of live and lava rock.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Advice: Start slow, patience is your friend.
Description: 1 of my 75 gallon tanks

Rated #73: 75 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #73: 75 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My new Min Jiang tank. It's great to see my larger fish making full use of the extra space!
Username: Michael Sydney Jones
Country: Australia
Rank: #73 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Michael Sydney Jones on
Ratings: 5.04
Number of votes: 98
Quote: Count your blessings, not your stressings!
About Yourself: I am a professional opera and electronic music composer. Now 51 years old, I have been keeping tropical fish, on and off, since I was ten. They are very life - affirming. :-)
Fish Kept: 3 x cobalt blue cichlid; 1 electric yellow; 1 peacock; 1 moorii; 2 x bristlenose pleco (male and female); 1 chinese algae eater; 1 flying fox. Some fish left over from my first tank - 1 kribensis (male); 1 festive cichlid; 2 x two spot barb; 2 x serpae tetra; one black widow; a few neons and glowlights.
Corals/Plants: Anubius in pots; java fern; crypt; Water Wysteria; Vallisenaria; Lace Fern (on surface)
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Advice: CARE for your fish and plants! Don't just get it roughly right and hope for the best. Research everything you introduce to your tank.
Description: My new Min Jiang tank. It's great to see my larger fish making full use of the extra space!

Rated #74: 45 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #74: 45 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - Juwel vision 180
Freshwater Tropical
Eheim Ecco 2232 Canister
Juwel Internal
Established 6 Months

4 Small Angels
15 Plump Cardinals
10 Phantom Tetras
3 Panda Corys
Pair of Rams
Username: Warren Dunne
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #74 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Warren Dunne on
Ratings: 5.02
Number of votes: 99
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Advice: Make sure you cycle your tank properly before adding your fish, and never overfeed them, fish wil just eat and eat.. then you have to clean up the mess....
Description: Juwel vision 180 Freshwater Tropical Eheim Ecco 2232 Canister Juwel Internal Established 6 Months 4 Small Angels 15 Plump Cardinals 10 Phantom Tetras 3 Panda Corys Pair of Rams

Rated #75: Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #75: Freshwater Fish Tank - 33g guppies and cherry shrimp
Username: Alyson Towill
Country: Canada
Rank: #75 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Alyson Towill on
Ratings: 5.02
Number of votes: 100
Quote: Research your fish, Google It!
About Yourself: Photography is my 2nd hobby. I use a Canon Rebel XT digital SLR camera. My best friend, lol.
Advice: Research before buying any species of fish. Set up the tank 1st then add fish after cycling. Quarantining fish and plants for 3 wks to a month is something I reccomend
Description: 33g guppies and cherry shrimp

Rated #76: 60 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #76: 60 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - master piece
Username: kuldeep bali
Country: India
Rank: #76 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: kuldeep bali on
Ratings: 5
Number of votes: 109
Quote: fish lovers
About Yourself: fish lovers
Fish Kept: presently i have all variety available under one roof as per indian market
Corals/Plants: artificial
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Advice: They live with you and if u care they will respond
Description: master piece

Rated #77: 65 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #77: 65 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - trying the live plant route, my Acci sends his compliments to the chef.
Username: Brent
Country: United States
Rank: #77 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Brent on
Ratings: 5
Number of votes: 99
Fish Kept: Otopharynx Lithobates, Banga Yellow, ACCI, and a yellow lab.
Corals/Plants: The plastic kind
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Description: trying the live plant route, my Acci sends his compliments to the chef.

Rated #78: 45 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #78: 45 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - 45 gal freshwater.  4 Angels, 2 Discus, 2 Rams, 1 Pleco. Marineland LED light.  Under-gravel and power filters.
Username: Nate
Country: United States
Rank: #78 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Nate on
Ratings: 4.99
Number of votes: 143
Fish Kept: Many
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Advice: Buy a RO system if you are going to get seriouse. I spent too much time and money (and fish) trying to remedy tap water - the RO system has made it so easy!
Description: 45 gal freshwater. 4 Angels, 2 Discus, 2 Rams, 1 Pleco. Marineland LED light. Under-gravel and power filters.

Rated #79: 46 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #79: 46 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - My African Cichlid tank 46 Bow Front - Moving to 125 Gallon tank soon. 8 cichlids
Username: Stephanie
Country: United States
Rank: #79 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Stephanie on
Ratings: 4.99
Number of votes: 110
About Yourself: We started with a 55g with goldfish when I was 20. A few years ago we got a Betta, and we were gone from their. We then started with Cichlids over 2 months ago. We purchased a 125 last week, and are slowly setting it up. I have 2 Betta's each in their own 5g tank, a 20 Gallon with Gil the guppy, and the 46 with 8 cichlids. I work for State Farm in insurance sales, and I cannot wait until 5pm to go home and see MY BOYS ; D
Fish Kept: 8 African Cichlids - 2 Male Betta's - 1 Fancy Guppy.
Corals/Plants: n/a
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Advice: Research the fish you are going to raise, pre purchase.
Description: My African Cichlid tank 46 Bow Front - Moving to 125 Gallon tank soon. 8 cichlids

Rated #80: 55 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank

Rated #80: 55 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank - 55 gallon freshwater community aquarium
Username: Monte
Country: United States
Rank: #80 out of 329 Freshwater Tanks submitted 2011
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Submitted By: Monte on
Ratings: 4.98
Number of votes: 97
About Yourself: When I was just a kid my mom and dad opened an aquarium shop and I learned so much about fresh and salt water care and have always enjoyed aquariums. I am in the ac/heating field and in the summer when I am so busy it is hard to devote as much time as I would like to working with my tank but it seems like I always find time someway or another.
Fish Kept: This is a community tank which has Silver Dollars. Platys, 23 Neons, 2 Plecos, 2 Cory Cats, 2 Dalmation Mollys and 2 Black Mollys and several Platy and Molly fry.
Corals/Plants: Life like artificial plants with driftwood, Texas holy rock, river rocks and petrified wood rock to make a very natural environment.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: Just do a lot of reading and ask a lot of questions and you'll develop your own ideas and what works best for you. It is very rewarding and very enjoyable.
Description: 55 gallon freshwater community aquarium

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