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    Aquarium tips and tricks. This is something that hit me the other day that I want to talk about from a high level. I feel that it is worth emphasizing three things
    The Plan-
    The Flow
    And the Feel.
    One of my favorite video which doesn’t get much air play is the one where I talk about making a plan for your aquarium. I feel like too many people don’t make an adequate plan when they approach setting up new aquarium. There has to be a goal. What do you want out of this tank? Is it a certain size you want to master? It’s it showing off a certain species that you haven’t kept? You have to have a clear understanding of not only where you want to go, but how much time (Or how little time to you have)
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