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    fishfinatic - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Hey what's up everyone! Let me tell everyone a little about myself!. I am fairly new to this Reef keeping side of aquarium hobby maybe 3 months in. I've mostly kept planted tanks. Thought to myself if I can keep planted tanks I should be able to keep a reef so I jumped right in. I bought my self a 20long nano tank for now. Yes I should of gotten a bigger one oh well. I currently have a 10 gallon sump. T5 HO light. Aqualife protein skimmer. Hydor Ato. 10lbs of live rock. Two clownsfish and two blue/green chromis And currently only three coral. Its a very exciting hobby and I have been reading my butt off about everything. And I do plan on going to the swap meat in centerline in Oct so I'm excited!
    Any tips for me would be awesome too

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    that Reef Guy - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Steve
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    I have Two 20 Longs myself.

    If you decide to upgrade to something bigger they make great Frag Tanks.

    Center Line was a lot of fun last year.

    You will have a Great Time I Promise.

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    fishfinatic - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Oh definitely I will go bigger one day unless something catastrophic happens it's just a matter of learning first and becoming comfortable with the hobby itself before I go bigger. I have a 55 gallon planted that I don't quite want to part yet. But the reefing world is very exciting

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