For some of you who may remember my tank build thread, it has been a while since I have been around to let you know how it has held up. Not a drop leaked, getting better looking everyday! :thumb:
To catch a fish that is alive I have to do a night attack with a flashlight. For dead fish - you never see them. Once in a great while you may see a bone , but even that is rare. There have only been a couple where I was actually able to get a body, otherwise they are consumed quickly. Creepy huh? :lol:sjnovakovich said:This thing fascinates me!!! I have been reading your build thread as time permits, and the detail you've put into planning and executing is nothing short of amazing. In reading your build thread, somone mentioned the difficulty you would have in catching a fish. Good luck with that . Anyway, my question is realated. What do you do if a fish dies?
It is actually a very easy tank to take care of. I do a 25% water change every other week. I can get away with it because the tank is actually lightly stocked for its size. That is about 500 gallons a month, pennies pretty much. Now the heating bill, that is another story!our40 said:Wat is ur water bill a month wit a thank that size cuz of the weekly watter changes lol