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Scott Hesler

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Scott Hesler last won the day on June 11 2020

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About Scott Hesler

  • Birthday February 4

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    Carmel, IN
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    190 WaterBox

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  1. We will be bringing our world famous 24 hour salad
  2. Would it be alright to extend an invitation to a possible new member and his wife?
  3. Looking forward to it. We will be there !!
  4. Great condition with manual $130 Had it on our 100 gallon reef tank and it was one of the best skimmers I've owned, just don't need it since i now have a bigger tank.
  5. Great, I'll have them with me as well as -Finnex 300watt heater tube -Aquamax HOB skimmer Look forward to meeting you!
  6. $ 10 each for the Seachem Phosphate (2) and (1) Copper test kits (75 tests per kit) $ 15 Red Sea Nitrate Pro test kit (100 tests) expiration date on box 8/2019
  7. I have (2) Seachem multi-test Phosphate kits and (1) Seachem multi-test copper kits that are unopened.
  8. I'll also be bringing unused test kits and unused Finnex heater tubes.
  9. Welcome to the club ! I live in Carmel let me know if you need any help.
  10. On the calendar and looking forward to it. I'll be bringing a 1/10 HP Artica chiller no longer needed to re-home.
  11. Hello, this will be my first meeting with the group and I'm really looking forward to attend. My wife and I will be bringing potato salad. We live in Woodfield subdivision down the street and it will be great to meet new friends!
  12. Please let me know how I can get more involved. I really believe this would be a tremendous value to several of the members.
  13. Looking for other Marine reefer heads that might be interested in reciprocating assistance with their Marine Reef System when either out of town on business or vacation in the Carmel area. I have a dog sitter but if something goes south on the reef tank I'd like to have an emergency contact to come and change out the filter socks or empty the skimmer. Thought I'd try this route before hesitating to call the neighbors. I would gladly reciprocate watching your tank system. Looking at starting a small network to help each other out which would offer us all peace of mind as opposed to a tank crash
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