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250 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - What do you guys think?

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: The tank is 7x3x3=250 gallon freshwater oceanic tank. Currently have 2 silver dollars, a gold spot pleco and some lake Malawi cichlids. For my filter I am using my homemade bucket filter. It pumps about 1,200 gph. Also have 2 tetra 660 power heads. My heater marinland 300watt x2The lights I am using are full adjustable saltwater lights cause I love how it makes the fish pop.
Advice: dont always mess around with the tank.
Fish Kept: Gold Spot Pleco (L-001, L-022), Acei Cichlid, Auratus, Maingano Cichlid, Electric Yellow Cichlid, Elongate Mbuna, Silver Dollar, Clown Knife Fish
Corals/Plants: I only keep plastic in that tank currently but looking to change that soon
Tank Size: 250 gallons
About Yourself: I have been in the hobby for 20 years. I have kept many different kinds of fish and bred many different kinds.

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