I watch a King of DIY YouTube video, where he makes a 3 part filter inside his tank. And I got to thinking that might work in the pond, just scale it up. So, I need input. As many of you know, my “pond” is an above ground pool, my dogs ate the cord to the pump I did have, and I recently got a little pump in trade. So I need to come up with a way to maximize that pump, with out killing my budget. I’m trying for a job that will pay better, but till then, I’m just making bills. \nSo, I need to diy this pump into a filter as well, using mostly stuff I already have. I’m thinking if I do this right, it’ll do mechanical and biological filtration, with just one little pump. The pump does have a lovely attachment thing so I can split the flow, so I can divert part of it for my aquaponics. That’ll help filter the water, reduce the flow to what I need, and filter the pond as well. I need input on if you think this will work, how big a container I’ll need, what percentage I need to devote to mechanical and biological, and some good biological filter media that won’t weigh a ton, and I can get cheap, or free. This would also be a good thread to share project ideas! I’ll follow up with a link if his video, so it’s explained better.