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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: Salt tank
Advice: If you are to start a tank, I would recommend get the biggest you can afford. Within a year, you will be killing yourself for not buying bigger. Trust, I have gone through a bigger new tank each year, and yet my tank still isnt big enough for me. A 75 or 125gal would be ideal to start for salt. :) Good Luck!
Fish Kept: Coral Beauty Angel, PearlScale Butterfly, Cleaner Shrimp, Fire Shrimp, Royal Gramma, Blue Damsel, Yellow Damsel, Domino Damsel, Blue Fin Damsel, FireFish, Yellow Tang, Clownfish, Chocolate Chip Starfish, Red Phil Crab, Hermit Crabs
Corals/Plants: No corals yet, just Condi Anemone
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Im Lucy, 26, and have my own on the side, personal computer technician business. Im also studying to become a computer programmer, hoping to get A and C certified within the next 2 years. For now I'm working at a Mental Health Clinic until I get my certification. Any Q's, just hit me up with an email.

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