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    Hi All,

    I am from Indonesia. I have been keeping discus in my koi pond since September 2015. I dumped them into the pond at the size of around 3". Now they have grown up to between 5"-6" with the largest proving very difficult to catch.

    Apart from discus and koi, hundreds of tetras of different species are inside the pond too. (rummy nose tetra, black skirt tetra, black neon tetra, red eye tetra).

    my pond
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    some discus sightings

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    Caught some of the discus to check

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    some of the pics arent showing up for me but the ones i can see r pretty neat! wish it was warm enough here to have a discus pond!

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    Cool!!
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    Love that drone shot. Beautiful setup
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    Very cool stuff~

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    That is awesome!

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    The one disadvantage I see keeping discus in a pond is you can not appreciate their true beauty since you are looking that them top down. That drone shot is really cool.
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    Your discus are talking to you....are you listening

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    Quote Originally Posted by Second Hand Pat View Post
    The one disadvantage I see keeping discus in a pond is you can not appreciate their true beauty since you are looking that them top down. That drone shot is really cool.
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    That was my thought as well. It would take away a big part of the enjoyment of Discus keeping. Nice pond though.

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    im jealous.

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    i used to keep discus in fish tank. But my mom insisted on giving away that tank. The tank was quite old n my mom dislike it. It was a 90x45x60 cm3 tank. So i decided to move discus into my pond. That time i only kept discus for few wmonths.

    It was 4 discus at that time. For few months, i didnt even bother to check the discus in my pond. Until one day i happened to see a big discus in my pond. They hav grown very well in my pond maybe due to massive water volume. So i decided to add more discus in the pond.

    My annual ritual now is to purchase 4 of them every few months n dump them into pond until maybe i reach around 100 of them. There are 15 in the pond so far.

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