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In the process of building a bait tank for the house this year. I am planning on getting a stock tank from tractor suppy.Do you think there would be any different effect from one made of galvinized or the rubbermaid product would the galvinized tank affect the fish.I plan on using a good filtration system and treating the water for slime coat and killing and other bacterias.Any help is appreciated.
 

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I would think not. I would think that the rubber maid one would be easier to work with how ever. The tank being plastic and all if you go to drill in holes or how ever you plan to do your pluming for it. I have a 300 gal. rubber maid tank and am real glad I got it over a galvanized one.
 

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My son and I went down to the local car wash and asked the owner if we could have some 30 gal and 55 gal plastic drums. We offered to buy them, but he gave them to us. The good thing is that the detergent is easily washed out, so you have a clean container. I haven't got mine rigged up yet, but my son used his all summer last year and it works great. He uses a keep alive pump to oxygenate the water. Keeps his perch alive for weeks and weeks.
 

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Ron i did the same thing but he charged 5.00 for 2 of em,and i gladly payed him for them,im still workin on them,just got through filling the big on with spray foam,will put the pump in next and cut a lid for it,just takin my time to do it right the first time..
 
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