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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Everything in my tank is from my river here in Texas. Driftwood, substrate, rocks. Even the bricks and the old Garcia reel. My fish assortment changes all the time. I built the base and the canopy. My canopy is huge since I grew plants in it.(aqauponics!) this is one of three tanks I have.
Advice: Have fun.
Corals/Plants: Every once in a while I'll pull up some river water plants and put them in my tanks. They flourish and look beautiful. When I get sick of em I pull them up. If I want more I go back to the river
Tank Size: 120 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a river rat. I spend a lot of time kayaking and fishing. Try to make my aquariums look like what I think below the surface looks like. Love native fish in aquariums.

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