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90 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 90 gallon

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon in wall tank. 48x25x18 just put this tank in the wall.. 1 Emp. 400 filters and a sea clone protein skimmer. Due to the light fish load my filters are working great along with the 150 lbs of live rock all levels are at 0.
Advice: Go slow go slow go slow!!! This is my 4th tank this time I let it cycle for about 1 month with no fish at all. Makes all the difference in the world so little work to do if you cycle it well first!!
Fish Kept: Naso tang, Harlequin Tuskfish, mated pair of saddle back clowns, engineer goby, coral beauty, two yellow tail Damsels,and a hawk fish.
Corals/Plants: No corals or plants. But the 150 lbs of live rock was made by myself and kids minus 3 pieces great project to do, kids loved it. They made the molds and I poured the concrete. Saved lot of money, although the process does take a long time to cure it is well worth it! Have about 9 more pieces curing now.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: I have to have that fish

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