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LFS/Commercial/E-Commerce Posts : 25% OFF Reef Brite Tec LEDs

Mon, 09/17/2018 - 10:13
Author: Premiumaq
Subject: 25% OFF Reef Brite Tec LEDs
Posted: September 17 2018 at 4:13pm

 

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LFS/Commercial/E-Commerce Posts : Bashsea Smart Series Pump at MACNA 2018

Mon, 09/17/2018 - 10:09
Author: Premiumaq
Subject: Bashsea Smart Series Pump at MACNA 2018
Posted: September 17 2018 at 4:09pm

In Today's video wejump over to MACNA to talk with Steve about Bashsea smart series sumps whichare available at Premium Aquatics.

 

Smart Series Sump: https://premiumaquatics.com/search?search=bashsea+smart+series

 

The smart seriesallows the end-user to completely control the filtration flow and method beingused... The theory behind the smart series design is the hobbyist can changehis or her mind on what filtration they want to use but will never need tochange sumps

 

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Reef Tour 2018 : 2018 Reef Tour FAQs

Mon, 09/17/2018 - 09:31
Author: theresawhite
Subject: 2018 Reef Tour FAQs
Posted: September 17 2018 at 3:31pm

REEF TOUR 2018 FAQ'S  Q: I'm new here... just what is a "Reef Tour"? A: The Annual WMAS Reef Tour is basically a group "Open House" where Club Members open their homes to the general public for the purpose of showcasing their aquarium systems. This is a "family friendly" Club Event and it will be occurring Saturday, October 13. The purpose of the Reef Tour is to promote the hobby (and the Club by extension) as well as give back to the community at large, by providing a source of information and viewing pleasure for those who may not currently be involved in the hobby.
  Q: Why would I want to be a Reef Tour host home? A: As a Reef Tour host, you have the benefit of "showing off" your aquarium to literally dozens of interested people, both fellow hobbyists and non-hobbyists alike. If you have ever wished that your fellow Club Members would come "check out my tank"... well, this is your chance!   In addition, we try to make the day as "fun" as possible for both the Reef Tour hosts and the visitors alike. Many of our Tour hosts incorporate extra activities into their day; things like offering refreshments for visitors; designing information boards that describe their systems in greater detail; showing videos of hobby-related (and kid friendly) movies like "Finding Nemo" or "Shark Tale" to keep the kiddies occupied; hanging fish posters and Reef tour welcome signs, etc. We will also have a "Live Blog" Thread here on the Message Board come Reef Tour Day for our Tour hosts to share their days activities / visitor traffic info with the rest of the Club.   We would also encourage all our Tour hosts to update this Forum with details on their own preparation activities; both for the information of fellow hosts who might be wondering "What do I need to do to get ready?", and as a great way to maintain overall interest and keep up the "hype"... Q: Does it cost anything to be a Reef Tour host home? A: No - absolutely not. The only requirements we have to be a Tour host is a willingness to open your home on Reef Tour Day for the hours of the Tour. Now, as you can see from the answer above, we do have many Members who take it upon themselves to enhance the experience at their homes. Some just put out a plate of cookies and some punch; some go "all out" with BBQed hotdogs and chips and sodas and balloons, big lawn signs - almost an "open house party"... while we certainly encourage you to celebrate Reef Tour Day as extravagently as you like - it is certainly not required Q:  What do I need to do to prepare my tank(s) for showing? A: In reality, all that we ask is that you clean up your systems a bit to make the tank viewing as pleasing as possible. You know, scrape off any algae buildup or salt creep, make sure the water is topped off, clean your skimmer cup, etc.   Of course, many Members use the Reef Tour as a reason to go out and add some new livestock or equipment to their systems. Maybe a special fish of colorful coral that you have been thinking about getting... maybe a new skimmer or a UV or some other cool gadget or goody.   If your home is not used to the presence of small children, you might want to go around and put away any glass items or things that little ones might get into. Maybe put out an extra chair or 2 if you have them, so visitors can feel comfortable.   And, on Reef Tour Day, remember to turn on your tank lights early - like around 8 AM. This gives the tank occupants a couple of hours to fully "wake up" and look their best for all the guests. And don't worry - a few extra hours of light won't hurt anything. Q: Who else in my neighborhood / town / county is going to be a Tour home? A: Once we complete the sign up process, WMAS will publish a downloadable / printable Tour Guide booklet that will list ALL the Tour host homes - along with a map and directions to their home, and description of their aquarium(s), even a picture or 2 to whet your appetite.    While we are on the subject, let me answer a second (related question): Q: I don't want to "waste" a Saturday if no one shows up... What is the best way to ensure my home gets a lot of visitors? A: The ABSOLUTE BEST WAY to guarantee a lot of foot traffic to your home is to make sure that ALL the Club Members in your town are all signed up for the Reef Tour as well! This is especially true for Members who live in more "outlying" towns; places like Ogden or Toole, or anybody from Utah County. If there are 3, 4, or 5 (or more) Tour homes in your town then people will be MUCH more likely to "make the trip" to come see YOUR tank then if you are the only Tour host home within a 25 mile radius. So, talk to all your WMAS neighbors and friends and GET THEM SIGNED UP!!! Q: How can I help advertise the Reef Tour? A: The SECOND BEST WAY to generate foot traffic to your door is to help advertise - especially local advertising. Hang flyers on your neighbors doors (we will have these available for FREE at the April meeting); put up a flyer on your local Church bulletin board, your local food store bulletin boards, even a local WalMart If you feel adventurous, put flyers on car windshields at a local shopping center. If you have a Petco or PetSmart nearby, ask to hang up a flyer or 2 there as well. Anything you do to get the word out will help not only your Club but your own local area as well. Q:  What have the past years Tours been like? A: While all the past years Tours have been successful, some years generated a bigger response than others. Factors on the "success" of any given year included:  - How many homes were on the Tour total - Any other non-hobby events going on in the area (football games, Church events, etc) - How well not just the Club but individuals advertised for the Tour - The weather that day (in the fall we even saw snow in some northern locations one year) - How many homes were in your specific area    If you would like to see some photos from past Reef Tours, click on the "Other Stuff" tab in the left side margin and then click on the "Reef Tour Pics" tab that will come up on the screen.  Q:  Reef Tour decorating; signs, posters, etc - How do I do all that? A:  This year we will provide you with FREE Reef Tour flyers to advertise around your local neighborhood... other items, such as paintings, drawings, decor, etc. a lot of that you can find dirt cheap at places like DI or local yard sales, or on KSL.com, if you just search around a bit. If you have any "nautical" themed decor - put it out on display! Any old dried out starfish or seashells... put them out!  I remember one host went to a party store and found "Finding Nemo" plastic tablecloths that were on clearance for $1 each and hung a few of those up in his living room!    This is one area where you really don't have to spend a lot of $$$ at all and you can really make a memorable display to go along with your sweet reef tank  Q: If I am a Reef Tour home, then how will I get the chance to see everyone else's tanks? A: I'm sure most Tour hosts would be happy to open their home for you to come by at a later day/time.  Just reach out to them to schedule. 
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Tank Threads : TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground

Mon, 09/17/2018 - 05:36
Author: Krazie4Acans
Subject: TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground
Posted: September 17 2018 at 11:36am

Looks like you'll be ready just in time for the reef tour! Nice work. #IHateFlexToo
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Tank Threads : TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground

Sun, 09/16/2018 - 10:50
Author: TriggerHappy
Subject: TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground
Posted: September 16 2018 at 4:50pm

Thank you, WildBill!
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Tank Threads : TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground

Sun, 09/16/2018 - 10:12
Author: WildBill
Subject: TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground
Posted: September 16 2018 at 4:12pm

Right on. Glad to see it coming together so well.
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Tank Threads : TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground

Sun, 09/16/2018 - 09:49
Author: TriggerHappy
Subject: TriggerHappy's 210 Gallon Playground
Posted: September 16 2018 at 3:49pm

Another update.  The tank is up and running!
So had a major setback; I miscalculated the pump I needed!  The Reeflo Dart/Snapper did not have enough to go 11' up.  Ordered a Reeflo SunTail. In the mean time, Bruce @ AquaticTranquility let me borrow his Barracuda and that got me up and running.  The next major setback was that even though everything passed the leak test after switching everything on and trying to tune the Synergy Reef Shadow Box, I discovered a leak.  Turned out to be a fracture on the Shadow Box.  I contacted Synergy and they are not sending me a new one...great customer service! Here are some pictures.
The pump that couldn't:



Big ol' 'cuda; the pump that could!

Enlarging my sump drain holes:

Just add sand!


Installed the Reeflo  SunTail pump (what a monster!) and flipped the switch! Clearing up nicely...no, this has not been aquascaped yet. :)

Still need to figure out lighting and do more plumbing for my water changing station. Feels great to have a tank up and running again!

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Aquarium Related Classifieds : FS/FT: Zoas

Sun, 09/16/2018 - 04:18
Author: Snowsrfr
Subject: FS/FT: Zoas
Posted: September 16 2018 at 10:18am


$20


Utter Chaos $15

Or will trade for other zoas. Text is best. 801-624-0054

Edited by Snowsrfr - Yesterday at 10:19am
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Introduce Yourself : New from Cali

Sun, 09/16/2018 - 03:37
Author: Coral dude1
Subject: New from Cali
Posted: September 16 2018 at 9:37am

Matt I came from Cali too I think we meet before I’m frank, so welllcome And lmk if you need info too about the shops or anything I ready set up my tank in Jan this year and doing great so g luck with your tank
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Large chunky Setosa Frags $8

Sun, 09/16/2018 - 02:33
Author: JaeH
Subject: Large chunky Setosa Frags $8
Posted: September 16 2018 at 8:33am

pm sent
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Large chunky Setosa Frags $8

Sat, 09/15/2018 - 17:30
Author: WildBill
Subject: Large chunky Setosa Frags $8
Posted: September 15 2018 at 11:30pm

Pm sent.
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Large chunky Setosa Frags $8

Sat, 09/15/2018 - 16:53
Author: bur01014
Subject: Large chunky Setosa Frags $8
Posted: September 15 2018 at 10:53pm

Located in cottonwood heights - multi branch, multiple inches, thick and chunky.

$8 each

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POTM (Picture of the Month) : August POTM - Voting Final

Fri, 09/14/2018 - 18:43
Author: HumuHumuForever
Subject: August POTM - Voting Final
Posted: September 15 2018 at 12:43am

Voting is now CLOSED.  Congratulations Rusty Reefs!
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Coarls FS

Fri, 09/14/2018 - 13:29
Author: kmtfishchannel
Subject: Coarls FS
Posted: September 14 2018 at 7:29pm

Sold!
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Coarls FS

Fri, 09/14/2018 - 10:29
Author: Lovergirl15
Subject: Coarls FS
Posted: September 14 2018 at 4:29pm

Pm you
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Coarls FS

Fri, 09/14/2018 - 05:22
Author: kmtfishchannel
Subject: Coarls FS
Posted: September 14 2018 at 11:22am

I have a few different corals for sale! (I'm not sure the names of all of them)
- Green Leather & Finger Leather rock $25- Zoas $10 per plug or $35 for the shelf of them- Rock with Flower Anem. & Purple (tree like coral) $20- Live Rock (for sale after corals are gone)
- Few other corals misc.
- Everything inside the Tank (Fish, Corals, & Live Rock $150 Or Best Offer)
Text me if you are interested! 801-360-1451





Edited by kmtfishchannel - September 14 2018 at 11:33am
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Corals for sale

Fri, 09/14/2018 - 03:20
Author: WaitForIt...
Subject: Corals for sale
Posted: September 14 2018 at 9:20am

we'll be out of town, Adam.  But i'd love for you to come by!
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Introduce Yourself : New from Cali

Thu, 09/13/2018 - 15:10
Author: TrojanReef
Subject: New from Cali
Posted: September 13 2018 at 9:10pm

I guess what we have is a multi level house. Most is on the main floor when you walk in. You go up 6-10 stairs to two bedrooms and a bathroom. You go down 6-10 stairs off the main floor to get to two more bedrooms and another bathroom. Our master is downstairs. From our bedroom downstairs you open a door and go down another 10 stairs to get to a large basement. So that’s where my tank(s) will be going.
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Corals for sale

Thu, 09/13/2018 - 12:23
Author: Adam Blundell
Subject: Corals for sale
Posted: September 13 2018 at 6:23pm

Blue sympodium!

Be at the next meeting?
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Aquarium Related Classifieds : Corals for sale

Thu, 09/13/2018 - 06:05
Author: WaitForIt...
Subject: Corals for sale
Posted: September 13 2018 at 12:05pm

hey all.  I have a few corals that need to go to make room for other fun stuff.  I have 25+ heads of Mohawk zoas, 50+ heads of Pink Hippo zoas.  There's a bunch of different sizes of blue sympodium that I can cut.  I also have a good sized piece of red monti and a quarter-sized frag of mystic monti.  Let me know if you're interested.  I like trades, too!
801-699-6263
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