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Very nice! I have a couple of those stock tanks, but they sure look better buried.
 
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One of the better container pond jobs i have seen here nice work
 
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Plus, in the photo it looks pretty big. Bigger than I would think a stock tank would be.
I have a 1000 gallon stock tank, partially in the ground part out. Good old sloped yard. It is 9 feet in diameter.
 
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Ah, I see now!
I will have to say that is a really nice job concealing that stock tank. I would have never known from the photo in this thread.

Plus, in the photo it looks pretty big. Bigger than I would think a stock tank would be.

Great job!
Thanks.

It’s a rubber maid tank. Approx 6ft round and 3 feet deep.
 
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