Starting this last Friday I started the slow task of closing down the small pond and moving the baby Koi inside. Most are not quite big enough for me to feel safe in the big pond. They do not have the size and fat built up quite yet. So I did a little photographing of the smallest ones. The bigger ones are in the outside ponds and most will stay out there. So I thought I would share my setups. Below are the indoor setups. This is in my eBay shipping room at my house. The lights are 48" shop lights. The lamps are a full Spectrum lights rated at CRI 94 and KR 8500. I keep them on from about 7:30 AM-7:30 PM. The lamps and fixtures are all T8 for high energy efficiency. The lights are hanging from homemade rolling stands with chains. This allows us to adjust the height of the lights as we need. The tanks are the same 110 gallon tanks from outside. Filtration is through an assorted setup of larger capacity canister filters from Penn Plax or Marineland. There is also a large airstone in each to subsidize the oxygen levels. Of course the floor has been supported with 16K LB floor jacks just as a precaution for any sagging. There were 4 Koi that decided to jump in the first 36 hours. One jumped twice and is now in a regular fish tank with a lid. 2 others jumped in the middle of the night and did not make it. A 4th jumped late yesterday and as of this morning had not tried to escape again. It was kind of weird though. All of them were darker colors and they had been in the same tanks for months. Even the same plants. But for some reason they felt compelled to jump. So enjoy the pics and if you have any questions, let me know. I would say of the 200 Koi left from the spawns this year, 1/3 are Doitsu/German scale/Scaleless, 15%-20% Butterfly fin, 40% we categorized as "Dark" and 60% "Mixed" or "Light" coloring. Most are 2"-4". A few smaller ones.