water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins
gotcha; didn't see that you were plumbing in from the bottom. The other aspects/points though, still should be noted.
Fourth idea; you may not have enough outlet flow area to handle the water you're going to put in. Watch it as your bog water height might start rising faster than those two outflow pipes can return it. You may need another or wider pipes. Just something to keep an eye on. General rule of thumb is outflow diameter = twice the diameter of the inflow.
Instead of restricting the flow of your pump with that one valve which may not be so good for the pump...Ok so for this one behind the pond between the pump and where it goes into the overflow tank is a valve which you can use to regulate the flow of the water.
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