Since my wife and I retired, we are traveling quite a bit and need to say good bye to our 180 gallon saltwater setup. I am willing to give it away for free, along with all components. All I ask is that you move it to the new location, wherever that might be. I did not put this on Craigslist, because I would like a dedicated hobbyist to take it over. The various components included are:
180 gallon glass aquarium + cabinet
Vortech Pump x 2 MP40
Octo Protein Skimmer
Calcium Reactor + CO2 Tank/valves
Digital Aquatics Controller + 3 strips
Turbo Twist 12x Sterilizer
Miscellaneous aquarium supplies
Also included are 2 maroon clowns, 2 Brittle Stars, Yellow Tang, Filefish, Pin Cushion Urchin and a few corals
Contact Tom (360) 666-2730 if interested
Price drop 3/22/18 - $100 takes it!
Price drop 3/15/18 come and get it for $150.
I have a 17' Alumacraft canoe that isn't getting much use. For sale for $200. I'd also be open to a trade involving a 4' reef ready glass aquarium. This boat is rated USCG for up to 785lbs in passengers - would be great to take a kid or three out on the water this spring.
Canoe shows age from sitting upside down outside, but the aluminum is solid - no leaks, no structural damage.
I can take pictures later tonight or tomorrow.
So I'm still helping my nephew set up his tank, it's coming along but still looking for coral! Looking for Xenia, Mushrooms, Toadstools or Toadstool frags, leathers, devils hand, palys, zoa's, green star polyps, clove polyps, ANYTHING!! Free would be nice but I can pay as well! Also looking for cheaper live rock, like $1 or $1.50 pound, dry live rock is great too. Need around 20-40 pounds. Also looking for some things for myself 😁 I need live rock as well, Open Brain corals, Bubble corals, rock Flower anemones, maxi mini carpet anemones, large Toadstools, green bubble tip anemone, all colors bubble tip anemones
My tank is small, and corals are growing well. I've run out of room in my tank. The corals I want to get rid of aren't high end. They would be great for a starter tank or someone on a budget. There are probably 10 pinwheel mushrooms, most are loose, a few are attached to small rocks or frag plugs. I have a couple smaller frags of blue cactus coral. I also have an endless supply of large seafoam palys. For an established reef, these are a nuisance. For an entry level reef or fish only with live rock, these would be fun. They are pretty, but ultra aggressive growing. I literally pull them off of my favites coral with tweezers. Anyhow, a few bucks or trade would be appreciated, but I will also give for free for someone trying to start an entry level reef on a budget. $2 for large mushrooms, $1 for smaller. Everything else is free to a good home.