H2OGO! My First Frame Pool


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  • Bestway Brand
  • 56283 Model Number
  • Bestway L&G Manufacturer
  • Categories

    Swimming Pools, Patio, Lawn & Garden, Pools, Hot Tubs & Supplies

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Facebook fish keeping groups are a goldmine for shitty tanks. [R]

10 months, 2 weeks agoAquageek97 posted submission on shittyaquariums.
Oct. 5, 2018
10 months, 2 weeks agoAquageek97 posted comment on shittyaquariums.
Oct. 6, 2018

Eg: https://www.amazon.com/H2OGO-My-First-Frame-Pool/dp/B00FQD6AHI/ref=pdawsim213?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=A0NYQYWDSKVVBVYD76TR

Tank sizes I've been considering for awhile [R]

1 year agoAquageek97 posted submission on Goldfish.
July 31, 2018

I currently have a 56 column tank with a black moor and 2 lionheads (all from a big box store). The measurements in inches are 24Hx30Lx18W. As you can see the footprint isn't ideal. I dislike the length long-term. I do a 50% water change once a week and that keeps my nitrates under 5ppm.

I was thinking about getting a 55 gallon but the height seems unnecessary and impedes surface oxygenation. A 40 long (or heck even a 33 long) seems like a better option as it has the same footprint but the shallower tank has better oxygen exchange, provided that I double my water change routine and filtration.

At one time I owned a school of piranha (way less interesting than it sounds) and in the piranha community people highlighted footprint over gallons. They too are horribly messy fish.

Anyway, I was hoping that I could get everyone's thoughts on the matter.

1 year agoAquageek97 posted comment on Goldfish.
July 31, 2018


My 2c is this is your best option for fancy goldfish. Hard to get the footprint you need otherwise

Are there any type of small peaceful eels I can keep with goldfish? [R]

1 year agoAquageek97 posted submission on Aquariums.
July 31, 2018

Im soon switching to a 55 gal sand tank for my goldies, i was wondering if there are any small peaceful freshwater eels that can live in cold water and sand?

(Posted this to r/goldfish too)

1 year agoAquageek97 posted comment on Aquariums.
July 31, 2018

55 is more for 1 fancy goldfish size wise, and no eel would work with goldfish, two very different temprature ranges. You're putting two bottom dwellers together, 1 temprate 1 tropical, in an undersized tank for the goldfish. For 2-5 fancies you're looking at something like this https://www.amazon.com/H2OGO-My-First-Frame-Pool/dp/B00FQD6AHI/ref=pdawsim213?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=A0NYQYWDSKVVBVYD76TR

How can I make this tank more fun for Horatio? [R]

1 year agoJuly 31, 2018


1 year agoAquageek97 posted comment on Aquariums.
July 31, 2018

Nope, plenty of cheap "kiddie pool" ponds out there, itd be a cheap and amazing upgrade for him. Goldfish are temprate fish, so you only need a heater to keep the water from getting ~45 degrees farenheit (7 degrees celsius) in the winter. Ideally you'd keep this inside though, keeps any animals from getting in the water.


This is what I kept my rescue goldies in, plenty of guides on youtube on how to make a sponge filter for that (it'll need to be quite large, mine was ~20.3 cm x 20.3 cm x 15.24cm) just need filter foam, a ceramic tile and a pvc pipe, google "diy sponge filter". If you don't have any of the tools necessary, a hardware shop can cut/drill stuff for you. Just be aware that with proper care he will live 30-40 years, they're commitment pets.

If you don't have a favorite fish food, I recommend hikari pellets, floating food gets air in their bodies and leads to swim bladder/intestinal problems. Hikari is most well known for their premium koi food, but since goldfish are in the same species as koi, they know a lot about giving them what they need too. Some earthworms and veggies (google for what kinds and how to prepare them) are also good foods for him along with pellets, goldfish are omnivores. Seachem prime and stability are also essentials, especially with a large water volume like that (both are really concentrated and intended for huge tanks/ponds) and are the gold standards in the industry.

If you go with that stuff he should make it to at least 20-30 if he got stunted from his current tank, 30-40 and up if he wasn't. Here's hoping he makes it to 40 :D

What is this white stuff on my fish [R]

1 year, 1 month agoAquageek97 posted submission on Aquariums.
July 19, 2018
1 year, 1 month agoAquageek97 posted comment on Aquariums.
July 19, 2018

I honestly don't know what to use for getting rid of those worms, do some online research, but I know you'll need some seachem prime/stressguard to keep him from getting infected. Large water change will only stress him out, and I'd highly recommend looking into how to deal with them, yanking them out sounds like it would do some serious internal trauma to the fish and possibly get it killed via shock and infection. If possible at least speak to a vet who works on fish, or find a reputable source telling how to remove them without killing the fish or near killing it, burrowing worms go very deep into the flesh and yanking them will cause problems.

Moving on a 55 is way too small for a common goldfish like him, he is in need of a huge tank, ideally a pond, if you can't get him a pond a 5' x 5' x 15" kiddie pool will do the trick like this


With two 125 gallon sponge filters to filter it. Goldfish need a large space and large water volume, honestly the think I'm recommending is still a temporary solution at bests, but he would heal up better and be healthier in a pseudo pond than a tank.

stock tank experience [R]

1 year, 1 month agoAquageek97 posted submission on Aquariums.
July 19, 2018

my 50 gallon broke last night so i’m thinking of keeping my goldfish in a rubbermaid stock tank. does anyone have experience with these? what type of heater do you use in the winter?

1 year, 1 month agoAquageek97 posted comment on Aquariums.
July 19, 2018

Never used a rubbermaid but I have used 90 gal kiddie pools that are 4' x 4' x 1', or 5' x 5' x 15", they're great for goldfish, and assuming you house is room temp or warmer you aren't in need of a heater. (Heater sized for the gallonage, ideally a bit above works if not). Plenty of people who have success with both, but I'll leave buying links here.