sponge filter in a pond.

Salye1mj
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So here it goes, and don't hold back any criticism.

A few months ago a dug a small pond. It has a 4ft diameter. So what, somewhere of a hundred gallons?

It is basically a stagnant pool. There is nothing running in there. No pumps, filters, aeration, nothing. But I do 50 plus gallon water changes every week.

I do have two very small goldfish in there. I'm guessing I have maybe 2 months left before I move them inside so I'm not so keen on setting anything up right now. And I move in the spring so when its shut down I'm filling it in and will re-build when I move.

My question is if anybody has heard of using sponge filters in ponds? I get anxious when I think about skimmers or filters and the powercords. I wouldnt know where to connect them to. My idea was keeping the air pump inside, running the airline tubing outside and protected with PVC piping and into the pond.
 
Dadio
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Sponge filter might work for a little while but a pond is also dealing with a lot more organic matter. But if your moving in spring, then I'd chance it seeing you only have 2 fish.
 
cichlidman
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its better than nothing .
 
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smee82
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Not sure how much it would do but anything that stops it from stagnating must be good
 
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Salye1mj
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Okay, thank you
 

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