Top 31 - 40 Saltwater Fish Tanks 2008

Rated #31: 40 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #31: 40 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - Juwel Rio 180 Frontal View
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #31 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: Gary on
Ratings: 4.97
Number of votes: 137
Fish Kept: tba
Corals/Plants: tba
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Advice: Ask before you buy!
Description: Juwel Rio 180 Frontal View

Rated #32: 100 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #32: 100 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - New setup
Country: India
Rank: #32 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: Hrishikesh on
Ratings: 4.93
Number of votes: 136
Quote: NA
Fish Kept: fire goby, Moonwrasse, Bluewrasse, Percula Clown, Yellow Tang all died i dnt knw now only sebea clown yellow tail and neon dam
Corals/Plants: brain corol
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Advice: wait wait .............read first very carefully
Description: New setup

Rated #33: 130 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #33: 130 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - 5ft tank
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #33 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: benny on
Ratings: 4.91
Number of votes: 130
Quote: let me just do this
About Yourself: use to keep tropical fish for a while and got bored of the colours etc.. so brought a 3ft marine tank which i had for a while then brought a baby coral catshark. then final brought my new tank for my sharkk which is 5ft x 2 x 2.
Fish Kept: coral cat shark, 2 lion fish, fox face and a regal tang soon to have a sting ray and an eel,i did use to have 2 coral catsharks but i lost one to a goiter which woz guttering!!
Corals/Plants: torch coral, pulsing xeina toadstools x 2 and a finger leather. more to be added soon
Tank Size: 130 gallons
Advice: take your time dnt rush and dont buy cheap crap
Description: 5ft tank

Rated #34: 38 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #34: 38 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - Saltwater Tank
State: California
Country: United States
Rank: #34 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: JORGE on
Ratings: 4.89
Number of votes: 133
About Yourself: I'm 30 years old, and this is my 1st saltwater tank.
Fish Kept: 8 fish...
Corals/Plants: n/a
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Advice: Need to be patient and make sure you do your research. Do not just throw any fish together, and definitely find out which ones are ok with Corals.
Description: Saltwater Tank

Rated #35: 34 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #35: 34 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - Solana 34 gal reef tank.
State: Florida
Country: United States
Rank: #35 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: Manny on
Ratings: 4.87
Number of votes: 133
About Yourself: New to the hobby as of 4/08 and have had a great experience so far. Member of ORCA in Orlando, which is an awesome local reef club.
Fish Kept: Blue Chromis (1), Clown (1), Goby (1), baby Blue Tangs (2), Six Line Wrasse (1)
Corals/Plants: Torch coral with 7 heads, several Fire & Ice zoos, Yellow Polyps, Watermelon zoos, Green Monster polyps, Frogspawn coral.
Tank Size: 34 gallons
Advice: Ask as many questions to as many people as you can. Find a couple of local fish stores (lfs) that you trust and go back to them.
Description: Solana 34 gal reef tank.

Rated #36: 38 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #36: 38 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - Just setting up - more to come soon.
State: Oregon
Country: United States
Rank: #36 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: Mike on
Ratings: 4.87
Number of votes: 148
Quote: HELP!
Fish Kept: TBD
Corals/Plants: TBD
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Advice: I have no advice (I'll be the one asking for it).
Description: Just setting up - more to come soon.

Rated #37: 450 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #37: 450 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - bumble bee my golden puffer... smiling for the camera....such a ham!!!
State: Indiana
Country: United States
Rank: #37 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: Amanda on
Ratings: 4.82
Number of votes: 148
Quote: its better to die standing then to spend your whole life on your knees.
About Yourself: I got into the hobby about 7 years ago.... my husband is the one that started it all.. our first tank together was a 180. I just loved it thru alot of trial and error I finally got it pretty well down... now I have two tanks going.. my baby tank is the tank that everyone comes home to so that I can keep a close eye on them... they stay there for a while til I know they are ok then they get to move to the "big tank" we call it where everyone has a little bit more room. oh and we can't forget bumble bee's tank.. he needs to be all by himself he doesnt like anyone else in there with him.......
Fish Kept: banded cat shark... annularis angel... majestic angel..... lion fish... blue face angel..... blue line angel..... then there is the golden puffer in his own tank obviously.... thats all I really have right now.. I have kept many others in the past with previous tanks that have been sold years ago..
Corals/Plants: bubble anenome,kenya tree,hammer coral,multiple mushrooms,feather dusters, gorganian,few diff. polyps... the basics
Tank Size: 450 gallons
Advice: take your time.. if you rush it you will fail.. make sure you read your compatibility charts... pretty doesn't mean nice to others... every fish has its own needs and if you cant provide them don't get it...
Description: bumble bee my golden puffer... smiling for the camera....such a ham!!!

Rated #38: 29 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #38: 29 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - done
State: Florida
Country: United States
Rank: #38 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: keith vanboxel on
Ratings: 4.8
Number of votes: 132
Quote: its all fun and games til someone loses a shoe
About Yourself: fresh water fish are boring
Fish Kept: 4 damsels, horseshoe crab, coral beauty, clown, spiny puffer, and a white and red shrimp, snowflake eel
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Advice: i am a new hobbyist
Description: done

Rated #39: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #39: 20 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - new live rock 5.08
State: New York
Country: United States
Rank: #39 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: ASchulze on
Ratings: 4.76
Number of votes: 136
Quote: "If it were easy, everybody would do it"
About Yourself: I am a family business owner in the excavation field, I got into this hobby after years of desire and my wonderful wife bought me my first set up - -she's the best!!!!
Fish Kept: 2 - True Percula Clowns 1- Anemone hermit crab [large] 7- algae hermits {yellow banded leg} 8-10 Nasarious snails
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: don't be affraid to ask
Description: new live rock 5.08

Rated #40: 60 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank

Rated #40: 60 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank - 60 gal cube
State: Texas
Country: United States
Rank: #40 out of 85 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted 2008
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Submitted By: Dave on
Ratings: 4.71
Number of votes: 132
Quote: My Brain hurts
About Yourself: I got Started with Fish tanks while in the military stationed in Japan. my first was a 55 gal F/O saltwater and now i have a 55 gal cichlid tank and a 60 saltwater, soon to be reef. This is my first attempt at a reef set-up and Im definitely still learning so comments and advise is appreciated
Fish Kept: 2 clowns, 3 emerald crabs, 15 blue leg hermits, 10 turbo snails, 6 peppermint shrimp, 15 elephant slugs (they keep having babies too)
Corals/Plants: 50 lbs live rock, some mushrooms and poplys that just started to grow one day (not sure of names)
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Advice: if you dont like to read then learn how to do something else
Description: 60 gal cube

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