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First timmer

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Forum Name: Introduce Yourself
Forum Description: Introduce Yourself the the club.
URL: http://www.utahreefs.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=81354
Printed Date: October 23 2017 at 7:51am


Topic: First timmer
Posted By: Dino
Subject: First timmer
Date Posted: November 21 2016 at 7:16am

Well this will be my first reef tank. I have been doing cichlids for the past 6 yrs and got bored with them. So i needed a new challenge and a reef/saltwater aquarium will be it. So i have been reading watching videos and learning for the past yr. My tank is 135 gallon with a diy sump/ refuge, asm skimmer,dc return pump,3 mars aqua led lights. Diy light hangers,six stage ro/di hang on back overflow. I'm still gathering thing before i start my cycle. I also have around 200 pounds of dead rock that i still nee to cure. I also live in hurricane ut. Thanks for the add and another place to learn more.



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Posted By: jdinchak
Date Posted: November 21 2016 at 7:32am
Welcome!  Hope to see you at a meeting or future event. 

Thanks for posting!


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FragStock (11/2)

Reef Tour (11/4)


Posted By: Hogie
Date Posted: November 21 2016 at 9:08am
Hello and welcome!


Posted By: Reefer4Ever
Date Posted: November 21 2016 at 1:08pm
Welcome aboard. This sounds like a well thought out build. Have you made a list of corals or fish yet you want to stock.

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90 gal reef w/refugium
24 gal softie tank
11 gal nano anemone tank
5 gal fresh water


Posted By: Dino
Date Posted: November 21 2016 at 2:37pm
I know i want to start out with softies to see how that goes. I realy like the look of a zoa garden as for fish I'm still trying to figure that one out. Thanks for the welcome.


Posted By: Dino
Date Posted: November 21 2016 at 2:39pm
Originally posted by jdinchak jdinchak wrote:

Welcome!  Hope to see you at a meeting or future event. 

Thanks for posting!


Thanks maybe this summer we are strongly thinking of moving back north. Just got to sell the house and transfer to jobs up there.


Posted By: kmtfishchannel
Date Posted: February 03 2017 at 8:51pm
That looks like an AMAZING TANK! Makes me so excited and happy! I can't wait tell I have the room for a big tank like that! 


Posted By: shaggydoo
Date Posted: February 03 2017 at 10:35pm
Great start! Just know you don't have to cure dead rock.  Best way to go about it is set up the dead rock as your base and get a fellow reefer to give you some live rock (transported in water from their tank) from an established system.  This limits any die off and will get you started quicker.  Excited to see what you do with this tank.


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60g LPS Cube


Posted By: phys
Date Posted: February 06 2017 at 10:18pm
Looks like a good start!



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