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jesusfreak

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Hey everyone im new to the forums and also relitivly new to reefkeeping. basically I love the hobby and just need people to share it with. I currently know NOONE that has a reef tank or even really cares about it. sooooo, im branching out and I hope that I can find some friends in the area. I currently just set up my second tank ever. my first was a 37 gallon octopus tank. then i decieded to go full on reef. I currently have a 75gal reef ready with a 29 gallon sump. custom stand and canopy. its basically a mixed reef but im trying to shoot toward more sps.

tank stats

Lighting:
2 ecoray 60d LEDS
moonlights
filtration:
reef octopus 150
2 sicce voyager 3's attached to hydor smartwave
fuge with chaeto, pods and such
80lbs live rock
Livestock:
percula clown(want to remove too aggressive)
sapphire damsel
3 green chromis
bartletts anthelia
yellow cleaner goby
cleanershrimp
misc snails and hermit crabs

ANYWAY, I cannot post pics becuase the site has a bandwith dealio and i exceeded it, but i just wanted to say hello and hopefully i can meet some of you north enders!
 

reefman069

want more mini maxi
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welcome to reef frontiers. as you get on here more and more. you will find people that live so close to you that have reef tanks. i started out as a fresh water fish tank owner. one of my buddys said you need to come over to my friends house and look at his fish tank. i said whatever. okay lets go look. as soon as i set my eyes on his saltwater reef tank i was hooked. i couldn't belive all the colors of the fish and all the cool colorful coral. that was 15 years ago and i still love it. i started out with a 44 gallon tank that was my fresh water tank. turned it into a reef tank. i no longer have that tank. i then jumped into a 125 gallon tank. then i sold that tank because i found my dream tank for sell. it is a 360 gallon tank. i have always wanted a tank that you can walk all the way around it and see in from all sides. well now i have that tank. it is 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. 20 inches tall. one thing i really enjoy in this hobby is going to other peoples houses from reef frontiers to buy or trade coral. i have met so many great people on here.
 
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jesusfreak

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here are 2 pics, not the best (my cam sucks) but you get the idea
 

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