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Old 06-30-2005, 10:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question What size is your pond??

Lets see who has the biggest?

I have a 200 gallon pond in my front yard. Set it up last year. I've got lillies and some papyrus growing in it.

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I've got a summer tub pond that gets filled with swordtails and endlers every year. It's one of those whiskey barrell halves and I lined it with black plastic. I toss the fish in and put some water hyacinth, Phyllanthus, and Frobit in there and leave it be. I haven't changed water, fed the fish, or added any circulation and the fish are all happy.

Oh, I've estimated it at 30 some gallons.
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This is my pond.... for now. I recently just added some Cattails I got from my uncles farm and I bought a lilly.

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This is my 200 gallon pond.

I bought it from an ad in the paper 2 years ago for $40. When I went to look at it and decide if I was going to buy it I got a funny story. There was an elderly couple with gandchildren there. It had been very hot out for over a week strait. The Grandmother sent her husband out to get a kiddie pool for the grandkids to play and cool off in when they came over. Her husband came back with this pond, he said he couldn't find any pools for sale anywhere. I guess the kids did use this for a pool for most of the summer. It had alot of scratches in it but I don't think it was any worse for the wear.

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I've got a 300 gallon pond, above ground, made of a horse watering trough (cheap) lined with pond liner cut and glued to fit then surrounded with faux bamboo (round fence posts) with metal banding. I'd post a photo but I'm not clever at that.
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