Photo Caption:I drilled a hole in the side of the hood and ran a blue LED rope light all the way around the inside to create a nightlight. I tried the commercial fish tank night lights, but to light up such a large tank with enough light to make a difference would cost a fortune. This was a ten dollar project.
Description: 36"w x 18"d x 20"h, two Whisper 40i filters with extra activated charcoal, homemade blue LED nightlight
Advice: The more active you are paying attention to your water chemistry, the more fish you can keep. If you want to take it easy, don't get a lot of fish. If you want a full tank, be prepared to work at it.
Quote: "I'm sorry is the same as I apologize...unless you're at a funeral." -Dmitri Martin
About Yourself: This is my second fish tank. The first was an ill-kept 10 gallon I had in college. I learned so much from my mistakes with the first one that this one has been nothing but a joy to keep so far. I really do treat it like a hobby so I expect to be constantly working on my tank trying to make it better.