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Hey guys, I haven't got around to introducing myself yet so here it is. I'm Mick, from Toowoomba and have been keeping fish for about 15 years now. Up until recently ive owned a 6x2x2 mixed display tank and a 4x2x1ish coffe table tank housing bristlenose. Last week I picked up a bargain fully setup 10x2.5x2.5 with sump, lights, heaters, media, gravel, etc for $850 with the intent on putting Peacock Bass in it. I have pm'd trk18 to see if he has any available and I was thinking of growing out 6. Is that a good number for my tank size and would you recommend any tank mates(pleco, Saratoga, others)? Really enjoying the wealth of information on this forum. Cheers, Mick.

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Hey Mick..welcome on board mate and nice set ups...love the new big tank addition and I cant speak from experience with PBass but think a little group of 6 would be a nice number for that size setup(making sure filtration etc is on par) ....but Im guessing as I dont have the personal experience with these guys...ask away though mate as there are some well experienced PBassers out there(trk18 being one ;)) :) good luck with the guys and love to see some pics of the set ups too mate...;)

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Hey Mick, welcome:)

I saw 3 on here for sale last night, they'll be in the livestock section somewhere.. I've never kept them either (I here they eat more than I do ;) )

Glad your enjoying the forum.

Cheers Mat

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