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huvenia
Lake Charles, LA

June 9, 2009
8:52 PM

Post #6664863

I just finished installing a 91 gal preformed pond.. I have a small fountain in now, as well as 4 goldfish. My ? is-- do i need a filter? What kind of filter? Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks--- Liz
BeaHive
Dallas, OR
(Zone 8a)

June 10, 2009
3:17 AM

Post #6666823

Liz, Congratulations on your new little pond. Does your fountain have a filter unit in the submersible part?
If not this type of filter would work for your little pond and it has a fountain built in. It would not have to be run all day to keep it clean as this unit will handle up to 1000 gal./per hour.

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