added more rock, took some pics

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    SlyRider

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    Well, I added another 46# of live rock to my tank bringing me to a grand total of 61#. Hopefully that is enough because that stuff is expensive. CPR skimmer should be here today. The three little damselfish that I have now are all pretty happy, but cant wait to get rid of them and get something new and exciting. Tooks some pics of the new rock.
     

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    Very nice setup.....Rock looks great
     
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    Looks good.
     
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    That looks great.Too bad your gonna have to take all that rock back out to catch those damsels.
     
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    Great aquascaping. +1 yote on the damsels.
     
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    Are they that hard to catch. I guess it also depends on what kind of fish I put in the tank on whether they would even be a problem. Do Damsels get along with anybody. How about a lionfish. jk. If I have to take the rock out, i will.
     
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    When I first started this hobby,I had a damsel in a 30gal.I had to take all the rock out and drain enough of the water to leave the damsel flopping on the sand.
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    Have you ever thought about going fishing in your tank?You can take a small trout fly and file the barb off the hook.Then its just a matter of waiting on the damsels to take the bait.
     
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    fishing hehe you could even tip it with a piece of silverside:mrgreen:
     
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