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Under 100 gallon outdoor goldfish pond

I created this outdoor goldfishautolinker.com autolinking image pond last year in summer 2013. It's not that big as you can see. I have no idea how many gallons would be. My cousin Arlene gave it to me. All of my 5 comet goldfishes are happily to swim around. One fountain pump. Awesome warmer beautiful weather!

6 1/2 Long X 4 1/2 Wide X 2 Feet Deep.

I needs your help. Can anyone tell me how many gallons would be?
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Re: Under 100 gallon outdoor goldfish pond

There is a place on the web you can plug in swimming pool dimentions and it tells you how many gallons. Wish I could be of more help.
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Re: Under 100 gallon outdoor goldfish pond

Its around 400 gals.

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Re: Under 100 gallon outdoor goldfish pond

Yes, It looks like 400 G

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Re: Under 100 gallon outdoor goldfish pond

Awsome for now, when it gets cold you may / will have an issue. Down here in St. Louis ,Missouri our winters are cold, but not as bad as yours. You need the pond at least 3ft. deep to keep it from freezing. Comets grow and grow and grow so bringing them in will likely only work one winter. How do you plan to heat the pond? Just don't want your comets becoming fish sticks.
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Awsome for now, when it gets cold you may / will have an issue. Down here in St. Louis ,Missouri our winters are cold, but not as bad as yours. You need the pond at least 3ft. deep to keep it from freezing. Comets grow and grow and grow so bringing them in will likely only work one winter. How do you plan to heat the pond? Just don't want your comets becoming fish sticks.
I likes that word as you saying the quote, "Just don't want your comets becoming fish sticks"!! So I just laughed. I am not going to leave them out there in all through winter months. Bringing them inside of our house through winters. We can manage it away. Actually I don't need the heat for our pond.

Our goldfishautolinker.com autolinking image pond it looked like 3 step stairs going down. My husband may believe probably around 200 gallons. 1/2 Feet Deep X 1 Feet Deep X 2 Feet Deep. 6 1/2 Long X 4 1/2 Wide.

Oh how I wish I was a fish to swim in the deep blue sea. I would swim up and down and all around in laps of two or three. There would be no rules to follow, all fun down here. On land rules ae trouble, a real pain in the rear. Humans are not wanted down here and for them you must always look. For they only want to see us fish dangling from hook. A sea full of wonder, yes that's the life for me. Oh how I wish to be a fish and one day soon I'll be!
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