KittenFishMom Posted February 26, 2022 Share Posted February 26, 2022 (edited) While I am waiting for my well water problems to either sort them selves out or go to the water lab on Monday, I thought I would shift projects and start research on setting up a sump for my 120 gallon tank for my summer native tank. It is a major job trying to keep up with a canister filter, four sponge filters and several hang on back filters. Water changes with buckets at or above shoulder level gets old fast. I toss lots of sea weed in, but the adult bull head catfish and crayfish really make a planted tank impossible. I looked on Amazon searching in "books" for "aquarium sumps" and very few came up and all seemed to be for salt water. I found lots of stuff on YouTube, but would rather have something that is organized like a book with an index. YouTube videos tended to says things like "depending on the flow you need" with out saying much about how to figure out the flow you need. I have only seen sumps on YouTube. With COVID, I haven't joined the local fish club that is over an hours drive away. Any advice of where to find organized sump info? It doesn't need to be fancy or pretty. Edited February 27, 2022 by KittenFishMom fixing auto correct typos Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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