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Discussion in 'Water Features' started by TONTAGE, Jul 4, 2009.
I'd get rid of the gold fish, they multiply like rabbits when they get older and over run the pond.
hey check out south nj craigs list under koi Bill has some nice 6-8 inch koi for $10 get rid of the gold fish btw it looks nice
Agree with Atzlan an Lewis as well, just my thoughts.
Good choice of skimmer
thanks,the goldfish are history.as for too much stone..............i agree,just dont have the strength to move some nice sized boulders in place.next year for sure.
looks like fido is sniffing for oil lol!