Top 91 - 100 Saltwater Fish Tanks 2007

Rated #91: 55 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #91: 55 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - fish tank from a distance
Username: thomas
Country: United States
Rank: #91 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: thomas on
Ratings: 3.74
Number of votes: 183
Quote: get busy living, or get busy dieing.
About Yourself: Im a student at the university of houston. I will graduate in December with a degree in political science and minor in architecture. I hope to get into residential project management after school. I got into fish tanks by chance about 5 years ago. A friend of mine had a large fresh water tank so when I got my own place, i started with a 10 gallon fresh water. Like everyone else in this hobby you get hooked and before you know it you've spent thousands of dollars and killed alot of fish, but once you get it down, theres no better hobby in the world, except maybe golf. I hope to increase my tank size someday, maybe a whole wall in my house!
Fish Kept: powder blue tang, red snapper, 4 random damsels, 2 long bulb anemones, 1 coral beauty angel fish, 2 pure ocellaris clown fish, 1 pure maroon clown fish, 1 hermitt crab.
Corals/Plants: no live coral, or planets.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: Its a major investment of time and money. talk to people who have tanks and find a knowledgable fish store near your house, not the kid who works at the pet store! You need someone who actually has experience. keeping fish is a challenge, especially saltwater. most of the fish you'll want live in very specific places on Earth, in their natural habitat. You are trying to recreate these condtitons, that only exist in a few small places, in a tank! this is no easy task! you'll learn as you go. fish will no doubt die and money will be lost. But remember it is a hobby not piece of art, that requires no work once purchased, people like when they come over. A tank requires hours per week of maintainence, even with the best equipment. Its fun and challenging. The most important thing i've learned is: you can not over filter your water! Bigger is better!
Description: fish tank from a distance

Rated #92: 12 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #92: 12 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - This is the tank that i got for my birthday, and i absolutely love it..
Username: Brennan
Country: United States
Rank: #92 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: Brennan on
Ratings: 3.7
Number of votes: 183
Quote: "This Might Sound A Little Mean, But I Dont Care"
About Yourself: My name is Brennan, and i absolutely love saltwater fish. I love the movie Finding Nemo, so all of my fish are based off of that move..
Fish Kept: Clownfish, Hippo Tang, Cleaner Shrimp, various crabs and snails, and SandSifter.
Corals/Plants: Various Zoesm Feather duster, Tonga Branches
Tank Size: 12 gallons
Advice: Saltwater tanks are so much fun, and the fish are beautiful
Description: This is the tank that i got for my birthday, and i absolutely love it..

Rated #93: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #93: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - one of my clowns
Username: matt
Country: United States
Rank: #93 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: matt on
Ratings: 3.63
Number of votes: 178
Quote: HI
About Yourself: I am 15 years old and I started freshwater about a year ago but switched to saltwater and it just became an obsession. My dad got me into it and wished he didn't because I need so much money from him. I don't work because I just mooch off my dad. I have a twin brother and my best friend who are also obsessed.
Fish Kept: 2 False Perculas, a yellow watchman goby, twin spot goby, coral banded shrimp, 15 blue legged hermit crabs. 6 margarita snails
Corals/Plants: 1 pink tipped anemone, encrusted gorgonian coral, umbrella mushroom
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: Do water changes every 2 weeks (I do one every week). Do as much research as you can before you buy anything. consider buying a protein skimmer because when I didn't have one, my nitrates were passed 100 ppm and the next day they were around 40 ppm. This is a very expensive hobby so you better have a lot of cash. DO NOT OVERSTOCK YOUR TANK!!!!! It will just lead to disaster.
Description: one of my clowns

Rated #94: 75 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #94: 75 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - 75 gallon
Username: stephen
Country: United States
Rank: #94 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: stephen on
Ratings: 3.62
Number of votes: 178
Quote: "keep on swimming"
About Yourself: 17 years old i live in florida i have always had fish my whole life i just got into saltwater fish everyone said not to do it but i had faith. i have bought peices of my tank one by one when i can afford it i want to get more tanks and more fish.
Fish Kept: i have a coral beauty angel, tomato clown, banded shrimp, multi color wrasse,a couple crabs and two jewel damsel. and about 50 pounds of live fiji and haiti rock.
Corals/Plants: none as we speak
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Advice: keep trying 2 make it better!
Description: 75 gallon

Rated #95: 10 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #95: 10 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - My 10 gallon nano tank
Username: Alan
Country: United States
Rank: #95 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: Alan on
Ratings: 3.62
Number of votes: 203
Quote: its funny till somone gets hurt then its hilarious
Fish Kept: 1 indian dwarf puffer 1 sailfin molly 2 flagfish 2 serpae tetras 1 bleeding heart tetra 1 khuli loach 1 red finned botia 1 pleco 1 clown loach 2 lyretail mollies 1 clarkii clown 1 blue/green crhomi
Corals/Plants: 1 underwater onion plant 2 dragon breath plants 3 sword plants
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Advice: im still somewhat new I've found out you should just add fish slowy and do your research
Description: My 10 gallon nano tank

Rated #96: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #96: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - My Tank
Username: Dillon
Country: United States
Rank: #96 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: Dillon on
Ratings: 3.61
Number of votes: 151
Quote: None
About Yourself: Great Hobby
Fish Kept: 2 Green Chromis (Cycling) 1 Hermit Crab
Corals/Plants: 10 lbs live Rock Dead Corals 1 Plant Some Shells
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: Start out slow
Description: My Tank

Rated #97: 30 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #97: 30 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - after about a month and a half running
Username: brent hartzell
Country: United States
Rank: #97 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: brent hartzell on
Ratings: 3.59
Number of votes: 156
Quote: who knows
Fish Kept: 1 o. clown 1 striped damsel 3 hermits 1 choc. chip star
Corals/Plants: live rock
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Advice: this is my first s/w tank
Description: after about a month and a half running

Rated #98: 55 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #98: 55 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - EMPORER WHISPER BIO WHEEL FILTER,1 SEACLONE PROTEIN SKIMMER, 1 MARINELAND DUAL TEMPHEATER, 1 AQUACLEAR BUBBLE PUSHER, LIVE SAND AND LIVE ROCK, 1 CHOCOLATE CHIP STARFISH,1 TOMATO CLOWN, 1 FILEFISH,1 CLOWN,1 DAMSEL, 1, CLOWN TRIGGER, 2 HERMIT CRABS, 1 REGULAR CRAB,1 LOBSTER AND BUMBLEBEE SNAILS
Username: TAMIKA@TONY
Country: United States
Rank: #98 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: TAMIKA@TONY on
Ratings: 3.55
Number of votes: 196
Quote: YOU GOTTA BE IN IT TO WIN IT
Fish Kept: 1 CHOCOLATE CHIP STARFISH,1 TOMATO CLOWN, 1 FILEFISH,1 CLOWN,1 DAMSEL, 1, CLOWN TRIGGER, 2 HERMIT CRABS, 1 REGULAR CRAB,1 LOBSTER
Corals/Plants: 1 SHORT AND LONG TENTICLE ANOMONE PLANT
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: DO LOTS OF RESEARCH. SALTWATER SETUP TAKES A LOT OF TIME SO BE PATIENT
Description: EMPORER WHISPER BIO WHEEL FILTER,1 SEACLONE PROTEIN SKIMMER, 1 MARINELAND DUAL TEMPHEATER, 1 AQUACLEAR BUBBLE PUSHER, LIVE SAND AND LIVE ROCK, 1 CHOCOLATE CHIP STARFISH,1 TOMATO CLOWN, 1 FILEFISH,1 CLOWN,1 DAMSEL, 1, CLOWN TRIGGER, 2 HERMIT CRABS, 1 REGULAR CRAB,1 LOBSTER AND BUMBLEBEE SNAILS

Rated #99: 50 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #99: 50 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - 50 gal. artificial corals, pink square anthias, humu-humu rigger, pink tail trigger, saddle back clown, blue fin damsel
Username: AE Reefer
Country: United States
Rank: #99 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: AE Reefer on
Ratings: 3.49
Number of votes: 163
Quote: NA
About Yourself: NA
Fish Kept: NA
Corals/Plants: NA
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Advice: NA
Description: 50 gal. artificial corals, pink square anthias, humu-humu rigger, pink tail trigger, saddle back clown, blue fin damsel

Rated #100: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #100: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - My 20g saltwater tank
Username: Caleb
Country: United States
Rank: #100 out of 121 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2007
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Submitted By: Caleb on
Ratings: 3.45
Number of votes: 166
Quote: "The way out is through"
About Yourself: I started out with a beta in a fish bowel and eventually i got my 20g tank. It was originally freshwater but i soon changed to saltwater because of the variety it brings.
Fish Kept: 2 False Ocellaris Clown, 1 Blue Velvet Damsle, 1Coral Banded Shrimp, 1 Camel Shrimp. 1 clam
Corals/Plants: Purple Brush Gorgonia, and the clam has various corals and sponges groing on it.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: Don't overstock your tank. Ive had my tank for about 2 years and have had to redo some things due to overstocking. If your new get a non-adjustable heater it makes maintaining the water temp. easier. Saltwater is as easy as freshwater along as you have time to maintane your tank and saltwalter is somewhat more expensive to do so than freshwater.
Description: My 20g saltwater tank

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