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  1. #431

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    Thanks, Nat. Now it's just a matter of luring him out of the rockwork and ripping him out of there. He's a stubborn bas$%^d. I think he knew I'm ticked off because he stayed hiding inside my hammer coral all day and night and wouldn't come out even when my son was feeding the anemone some krill. Usually that little bugger is one of the first to come out when the scent of food hits the water.

    Just ordered another haul of dry rock from BRS along with some more Caribsea Arag-Alive sand and some putty. The new plan is to take the 29gal that is in the closet, add some nice tall rockwork to it and fresh substrate, and then move everything from the current 20long into the slightly bigger tank. The original plan was to convert my 90gal into SW, but my wife officially nixed that idea this past weekend when she suddenly got the urge to completely rescape the tank. Looks amazing and she spent hours on it so now I don't have the heart to tear it all down haha

  2. #432

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    0 Not allowed!
    I think you'll enjoy the 29 gallon. They're one of my favorite tanks, possibly the favorite. And I don't have one. And they're on sale at Petco. And I need to stay far away from the sale. lol I know someday I will want to downsize my SW tank and when that happens, I'm pretty sure I'll end up going to a 29. So, I will really be looking forward to watching your new build!

    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    Thanks, Nat. Now it's just a matter of luring him out of the rockwork and ripping him out of there. He's a stubborn bas$%^d. I think he knew I'm ticked off because he stayed hiding inside my hammer coral all day and night and wouldn't come out even when my son was feeding the anemone some krill. Usually that little bugger is one of the first to come out when the scent of food hits the water.

    Just ordered another haul of dry rock from BRS along with some more Caribsea Arag-Alive sand and some putty. The new plan is to take the 29gal that is in the closet, add some nice tall rockwork to it and fresh substrate, and then move everything from the current 20long into the slightly bigger tank. The original plan was to convert my 90gal into SW, but my wife officially nixed that idea this past weekend when she suddenly got the urge to completely rescape the tank. Looks amazing and she spent hours on it so now I don't have the heart to tear it all down haha

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    1 Not allowed!
    Yeah I like them. A 29gal was actually my first tank (not including my son's little 10gal betta tank). I only got rid of it because I was getting more fish than I had room for hahaha

    I like that it retains the same footprint as my current 20long so I can keep using the stand and mesh lid that I made as well as the new light. Should be a pretty straightforward transfer from the current into the new.

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