Advice: Be patient and have a lot of fun. Internet research can help you with a lot of problems. Start small and gradually go bigger.
Description: Over 60 pounds of live rock, several cheap fish and wonderful experience building my own fish tank. I have couch next to the mine fish tank. Takes only a few minutes to fall asleep. Mine filtration set up allowed me avoiding water change drastically. Multistage set up was created after many errors and adjustments. Thank you for taking your time and expressing your vote.
Rated #33: 90 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Rank:#33 out of 475 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:117
Quote:"Shoot for the stars, if you dont make it, you can still land on the moon."
About Yourself:I saw one at the LFS and Someone told me it was to hard to do... i like to prove ppl wrong, Im a college student with a stable salary, and never enough time
Fish Kept:2 false Percula Clowns, 1 Black/White Clown, 1 Three Stripe Damsels, 1 Yellow Tail Damsel, 1 Yellow Tang, *1 Powder Blue Tang*, 1 Vagabond Butterfly, 1 Scooter Blenny, 1 Blue Neon Goby, yellow black angel fish, 10 Mexican Turbo Snails, 3 Blue legged Hermit Crabs, 2 Red Legged Hermit Crabs,
Corals/Plants:1 Long Tentacle Annemone, Synthetic Corals/ dead corals for Deco, 70+ lbs of Live Rock, 3in bed of Live Sand
Advice:Patiance! Read Alot, Question everything... buy all the best things at the start so you wont waste money later, Alot of live rock, alot of live sand, alot of water current, and testing is essential! Keep an eye on it often so theres no surprises l8r, It wont happen in a day, it wont happen in a week, mabe a month ;)
Description:GOing on over 2 years, A better pic of my tank, any Ideas....
Rated #34: 105 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Rank:#34 out of 475 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Rank:#35 out of 475 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:139
Quote:I have to have it.
About Yourself:Have always had small fresh water tanks as a kid. Started saltwater with a 20 gallon long that lasted about 2 weeks. went to a 75 that lasted about 3 months went to a 120 now have a 125 but my goal is to get a 500 or 1,000 gallon and use the 125 as a sump/ refugium when we move into our new house.
Advice:Read, research and plan. Be patient, don't over feed and always think like a fish. YouTube is a great source for info as well. There are some great artificial resin polymer corals out there. Ocean Aquaria and Rock n Reefs are 2 great suppliers
Description:My post hurricane Irma tank
Rated #37: 180 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Rank:#37 out of 475 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:130
About Yourself:like saltwater tanks
Fish Kept:1 yellow tang , 1powder blue tang , 1sailfin tang , 1 docter tang , 3 lawnmowers , 1 radiant wrasse , 1 yellow wrasse , 1 cleaner wrasse , 2 false perculer clowns , 2 saddleback clowns , 1 strawberry baselet , 1 yellow tail blue damsel ,1 purple anyellow damsel ,100s of snails and crabs ,1 sand sifting star , 1 serpent star ,1 green carpet
Advice:We collected large pieces of coral for a year before we knew we wanted to buy the tank, so we had the pieces that we liked when we got the tank and wouldn't have to settle for what we could find (and afford) all at once.