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I LIVE IN NOLA!


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Posted by NOLA on May 06, 2003 at 08:24:57:

In Reply to: I LIVE IN NOLA! posted by lacie143 on April 24, 2003 at 22:44:43:


Yes I was thinking that I would have a tarp that I could just cover the pond with when the temp drops to like in the 40's or something to keep the chill out.


:I live in nola so i know the climate, i think heating it would be a good idea, and maybe making some sort of make shift cover to keep the chill off in the winter, just for winter. When it gets cold, have an indoor tank set up, we know how those freezes sneak up on use twice a decade... anyways, mine stay inside... so i cant really comment on that,

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::I currently have 2 southern pained, 2 maps, and 2 RES. I am looking at building a pond around 600-800 gal around 8'x5'x2'deep. I was wondering if anyone can tell me what they can take as far as low temps?? I live in New Orleans Louisiana so the winter is never really bad here. I know summertime is ok but should I or do I need to heat the pond in the winter and cover it at night is it gets real cold??? Or is that a bad idea and I should not keep them outside year round??

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