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Photo Caption: Small Mouth Bass and Perch
freshwater fish - micropterus dolomieu - smallmouth bass stocking in 75 gallons tank - Small Mouth Bass and Perch

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Country: Canada
Description: Freshwater, Bass, Perch, and Sunfish
Advice: Do some reading. But most of all...do what you want to do. Yes granted forums and clubs have alot of valuable information to offer, but dont let anyone else pick your tank for you.
Fish Kept: Small Mouth Bass , Perch, Sunfish, Rock Bass
Corals/Plants: plastic
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Build it and they will come
About Yourself: Canadian military soldier originally from Nova scotia, now based in Trenton. Been interested in aquariums since a young age watching my fathers tanks. About 6 years ago, my intrest peaked again while visiting a friend who had an awesome 200+ gal saltwater Reef Tank. Shortly thereafter I started my first freshwater. I am now on my third. I have had Tropicals in a 30 gal...actual lake /river fish in a 75 gal, and now my cichlid 55 gal tank.

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