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Photo Caption: River Monsters
250 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - River Monsters

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 250 gallon grow out monster fish tank. Fluval Fx5 and Fx4 filtration. Driftwood and flat rock pulled out of riverbank in Kentucky. I have a Redtail Catfish, Alligator Gar, Wolfish Hoplias Curupira, Silver Arowana, Jaguar Cichlid, Pike Cichlid, and 2 Featherfin Squeakers. Currently building a 500 gallon plywood tank for them as they grow.
Advice: Ask questions and do your homework. Mistakes happen and dont beat yourself up by them. Filtration, filtration, filtration!!! And water changes. I do weekly 25% water changes to both my 125 gallon and 250 gallon tanks.
Corals/Plants: Fake plants, driftwood, flat rock, sand substrate
Tank Size: 250 gallons
Quote: You can do anything you put your mind too
About Yourself: I'm a diesel mechanic and love fishing and addicted to aquariums!!

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