1st Tank I Ever Created (75 Gallon)

Discussion in 'Members Fish Tanks' started by Dantheman62445, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. Dantheman62445Valued MemberMember

    Hello everyone, names Dan. New to the aquarium world. I never owned a fish or an aquarium, but always wanted to so i figured to make the jump and start one up. Here's my journey so far. Don't have many pictures. Might not seem special but again i never built a tank.

    Marineland 75 gallon tank. Came with stand as well.

    I wanted heavier sand so I went with Red Flint. Harder to stir up.

    Buddy gave me this big centerpiece to work around with

    Duel Fluval 406 Canister Filters

    Duel Fluval E 300 watt Heaters

    Not Finished but a video of the setup

  2. KimberlyGFishlore VIPMember

    Wow! Jumped right into a 75. I'm so jealous. It gives you so many more options. Have fun!

  3. fisshWell Known MemberMember

    So far so good, your buying the good stuff.
  4. TySabolValued MemberMember

    Looks great what are you planning to stock it with
  5. dragonfishfan71Valued MemberMember

    Thanks for sharing like the setup
  6. AllieStenFishlore VIPMember

    Wow! it looks great!! Love ️ your video!
  7. grantm91Fishlore VIPMember

    All the gear there id like one of those heaters
  8. Dantheman62445Valued MemberMember

    So fish tank is cycling. I'm trying to figure out what fish to throw in. 75 gallon----- 10 rummynose, 1 dwarf gourami, 5 albino cory catfish, what else would be a good mix? Will these get along? What other peaceful fishes can i add?
  9. JeffKWell Known MemberMember

    Rummynose are great schooling fish. In a 75 gal I'd add even more than 10 (not all at once, of course!) to make a nice big group - maybe like 16? Also, the 5 albino cory cats can be upped to 10 - that will give you some nice activity on the bottom of the tank.
  10. JeffKWell Known MemberMember

    If you wanted, instead of a dwarf gourami, you could do 2-3 pearl gourami (just a suggestion!)
  11. vikingkirkenWell Known MemberMember

    You could do a couple angelfish as well, if you like them! And/or German blue rams! You have SO MANY options. I'd suggest visiting a really good fish store near you and picking a favorite fish to stock around before you start buying anything!

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