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Looking to rehome a complete 75 set up


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Hey guys, none of you really know me, as I've just been a lurker on the forum. Aquariums have been a hobby my entire life and I went saltwater about 20 years ago. My wife and I are in a transition phase (we're fine), empty nesting, travelling more, that kind of thing. With that said, I'm looking to rehome my aquarium sometime before May 1st of next year. I'm not in a hurry, but I do want to work within a time frame.

I'll be frank, I'm not nearly as worried about money as I am the the contents of the tank. I have no intention of parting it out for profit, I'd like to keep everything together. These are not young/new fish, they range from about 5 or 6 to an 18 year old clownfish that still looks great and a pajama cardinal that's not much younger. Anyone that says fish don't last, well, that's another conversation! I'm attaching pics for you to see what I've got. It's a great set up that's obviously been maintained are cared for. I'm in Perrysburg and most of it came from Coral Reef. The owners know me and know the tank pretty well.

It's a traditional 75 gallon set up, upgrated to a FluvalSmart LED light set up a couple months ago. It doesn't have many of the bells and whistled that most of your tanks has, but has thrived. 

I hope this is an appropriate place to post this. Please let me know if you have any thoughts or questions.

Derek

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I should add, the fish include a foxface rabbit fish, yellow eye tang, coral beauty, clown fish, pajama cardinal, yellow tail damsel, and a huge engineer goby (about 12" long). There are also some really big blue leg hermits, and a boatload of serpent stars, although you never see them. There is a large star, which comes out on occasion, but it's procreated extremely well. Every time you move sand around you see several little ones.

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  • 3 weeks later...

What’s important is a good home and moved at a professional level. I’m looking for someone with moderate experience that are going to take good care of of them. In regards to $$, make me an offer after we talk. This really isn’t about the money. 

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