Photo #2 - This Is My Second Tank, 135 Gallon Freshwater Tan...

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Photo Caption: This is my second tank, 135 gallon freshwater tank with homemade under gravel filter and a HOT/B filter for a little extra help. I am in the process of building a stand for a 75 gallon tank that I hope to transfer this equipment into. I am hoping to revamp this 135 gallon tank into a reef tank afterwards. My first tank was a 39 gallon freshwater tank about 4 years ago.
135 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my third tank so far. A 75 gallon freshwater that I started from my 135G. This will be up for a while as I plan to make the 135 a saltwater tank.
135 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my second tank, 135 gallon freshwater tank with homemade under gravel filter and a HOT/B filter for a little extra help. I am in the process of building a stand for a 75 gallon tank that I hope to transfer this equipment into. I am hoping to revamp this 135 gallon tank into a reef tank afterwards. My first tank was a 39 gallon freshwater tank about 4 years ago.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: This is my third tank so far. A 75 gallon freshwater that I started from my 135G. This will be up for a while as I plan to make the 135 a saltwater tank.
Advice: Research
Fish Kept: several types of Gouramies, a few long fin Tetras, a couple Sarpies, and a couple Austrialian Rainbows.
Corals/Plants: none as of yet
Tank Size: 135 gallons
Quote: fish on
About Yourself: I work for a Bank equipment manufacturer building the drive up tube systems. Pass times are fishing for the Florida inshore slam, video games, and some woodworking.

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