Some of my fishies

Gunnie

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My 100 gal. oscar tank.  It has 2 oscars, 1 jack dempsey, and 1 very large common pleco

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This is one of my multies in my shellie tank.  They are so cool.  I call them my minI bulldozers.   

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This is one of my yo yo loaches.  I have 4 of them in my 20 gal. community tank.

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This is another picture of my Jack Dempsey in the 100 gal. tank. 

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swimfan

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Great pics Gunnie, those are some cool lookin' fish you have there!
 

fletch

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OK, how the **** do you do a water change for a 100 gallon? good pics though. wish I could get them looking like that
 
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Gunnie

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Thanks everybody! I love my fishies! Fletch, I use a python to clean my tanks. I wouldn't have my tanks long if I had to do water changes with a bucket!
 

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Awesome pics Gunnie!

I also use the python vac. Great product and highly recommended because it makes doing water changes a breeze.
 

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hmm, thanks. that really could be usefull. I hate changing the water
 

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Nice fish Gunnie I like ur fish. I wish I had a hundred gallon tank.
 

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what kind of fish are those they look like bluegill.
 

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Gunnie said:
I use a python to clean my tanks.
Have you SEEN this pic? You'd tink they'd have been able to take a new pic sometime in the last 20 years!

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Beautiful fish, Gunnie! Could you take a picture of your Plecostomus, please!
 
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Gunnie

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This is the common pleco in the 100 gal. tank:

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And this is my snowball pleco (LDA33) in my 55 gal. tank:

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A Python? At first I thought you were joking. A snake would eat all the fish. I wonder how long it would take using 5 gallon buckets to change water in that tank. I have a 20 gal and use buckets and a long tube but not long enough because my hands get wet. Most of the time it doesn't self-siphon so you know what is next. A mouth full of fish water. Usually end up getting some water on the counters and floor along with wet socks. Maybe there is a better way after all. Sometimes I feel like a chemist trying to figure out what stuff to use for ph and alkalinity. I never took chemistry in High school. Oh oh!!! I tried some of this new stuff by tetra it's supposed to allow you to not change yoiur tank for 6 months. I checked the water before and 1 day after treatment and it didn't make a differnce on the ph strips. What's in that tetra stuff? Sugar water? Anyway nice fish..
 

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jim55379 said:
Most of the time it doesn't self-siphon so you know what is next. A mouth full of fish water.
Have you tried tilting the tube a little? I have one of those and its not quite long enough to do it strsaight up and down so I tilt it and it still works (but you have to kind of up and down it) You can get gastroenteritis if you accidentally swallow some of that :-X :-X :-X yuck
 

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