BEST Mini Indoor Pond For Breeding TONS of Fish

Wish you could set up a mini pond that’s small enough to fit inside your home or on an apartment balcony? Master breeder Dean teaches us how to make a DIY muck bucket pond for summer (or year-round) tubbing.

• Muck bucket from local hardware store
• 1″ bulk head
• 1″ by 3/4″ PVC slip elbow
• 1″ PVC pipe
• 3/4″ PVC pipe
• 3/4″ PVC union
• Large prefilter sponge:

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0:00 – Intro
0:48 – Mini Indoor Pond Setup
1:31 – Plumbing the Indoor Pond
5:07 – Bending PVC in the Kitchen
12:08 – Installing Airline Tubing
14:57 – Installing the Filtration
16:34 – Dean’s Pond Setup

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