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Re: [Killietalk] more breeding
My advice would be to drill them in the back pane at the level you want
them to drain to when you open the valve. Just put a bulkhead with an
elbow, or even just a strainer in there.
Barry J. Cooper
Sweet Home, OR 97386
R. Brice wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Well I am starting the plans for an expasion of my fish basement. I am
> going to have the tanks drilled for easy draining and fill the tanks with a
> hose ... so the tanks are not going to be connectedwith intake water, just a
> emptying system. I will have a valve on each tank so I open it up and the
> tanks water drains out to the standpipes leven.
> Ok now the question... should the 20 gallon longs be drilled on the side
> center, side corner, bottom center , bottom next to side and center or
> bottom in the corner. (notice I did not say top because I am not setting up
> an overflow system).
> I don't like the bottom corner because it is a pain getting the net around
> the pipe trying to catch fish.
> Any input .... by the way I have apsitos and rams and angles as well as
> killifish and am looking to add another 400 gallons to the room.
> Richard in Greene
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