Pancho's Red Sea Max S-500 - The After Crash

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A mix of happy and sad news my friend. Such us reefing and life. Sorry about your jumper :( Is there no way to secure the Red Sea screen tops on to the rimless tank? Visually my rimled tank us not as attractive but my diy screen fits like a drum and needs to with how hard I’ve seen a fish hit it:oops:
Glad the brain is making a comeback it’s a nice piece. You been thru a lot and I’m sure that shrimp us going to be next to lake an appearance for you
I think exactly as you, life is tough sometimes so I will keep pushing forward no matter what. The red sea cover is tight in the corners but the holes in the net are too large. There were good news too so I am content with my reef. ;Couchpotato
 
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Sorry for the jumper. Lost a Midas blenny to jumping
Good to hear the blenny has been spotted. The orange clown and the greeen from the GSP look so good together but I would be bummed if they didn’t host my BTA also.
Thanks buddy, I hope one of the clowns find the RBTA sexy and host it soon.
 
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Short video to show the new RBTA position.
Have a good weekend everyone !

Great video Pancho, was it time lapse or had you been drinking! Lol

Is the Red Sea net covering the whole top without gaps as mine seem to fit quiet well to be honest.

I suppose depending on the launch speed, a tiny fish could blast its way through, but I don’t have any tiny fish anymore (they’ve all grown) apart from a very docile yellow blennie who just sits on the rocks.

You’ll just have to go back and ‘explore’ the LFS!
 
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Great video Pancho, was it time lapse or had you been drinking! Lol

Is the Red Sea net covering the whole top without gaps as mine seem to fit quiet well to be honest.

I suppose depending on the launch speed, a tiny fish could blast its way through, but I don’t have any tiny fish anymore (they’ve all grown) apart from a very docile yellow blennie who just sits on the rocks.

You’ll just have to go back and ‘explore’ the LFS!
Not a time lapse... you have been drinking ! cheers ! lol

The Red Sea Cover fits tight so it is perfect on that sense but the net design I thing is too large, so far I have lost two firefish and now this goby to jumping. I may look for a different cover.
 

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Ahhhh dang, sorry to hear about the jumper :( . Hopefully the trap works and you can catch the other guy, at least. Regardless, corals are definitely looking great and the video is awesome. Glad to see the brain in particular doing so well and coming back to full - it's wonderful news, to be sure.
 

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You can just get smaller netting and still use the red sea frame. I plan to do this as well but I'm going with the black netting with my red sea cover.
 
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Ahhhh dang, sorry to hear about the jumper :( . Hopefully the trap works and you can catch the other guy, at least. Regardless, corals are definitely looking great and the video is awesome. Glad to see the brain in particular doing so well and coming back to full - it's wonderful news, to be sure.
Thank you man, I am very happy for the brain recovery after the crash, I could see parts of its skeleton but now is all fleshy again.
 
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You can just get smaller netting and still use the red sea frame. I plan to do this as well but I'm going with the black netting with my red sea cover.
Yes, definitely this is the way to, I will change the net for something smaller.
 
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Caught up lol, looking very nice, sorry about the goby.



Lights still low, one of the frags a couple off weeks ago. ;)

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Thank you Simon, that fish looks very good!
 
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