You Too Can Keep a Beautiful Saltwater Reef Tank Like the One Below.
Dear fish keeper,
How many times have you dreamed about having a saltwater aquarium?
Let me tell you my story.
I've been keeping freshwater tropical fish for years. Every time I'd visit a fish store, I'd wander into the saltwater section and examine every tank, look at every bright fish and piece of coral.
I wish I had the money and know-how to start a saltwater tank, I'd think.
So-called authoritative books on saltwater keeping further compounded my belief the marine hobby was out of my league. I didn't have the money for the large 55 gallon tank they recommended for beginners, not to mention all the expensive equipment that comes along with a tank of that size.
Turns out everything I read and had been led to think was dead wrong!
It is possible, with a little work and forethought, to have a thriving saltwater tank with fish and corals for under $300 -- depending on what you want, sometimes even far less!
And here's the best part...
You don't need a huge tank!
right. You too can have a tiny piece of the ocean, with every square
inch covered with corals and marine life, just like mine which you can
see and watch yourself in the video below...
What you're looking at is only a ten gallon tank!
I wrote The Nano Reef: Your First Saltwater Aquarium because I wanted to give freshwater hobbyists like myself who wanted to take the plunge an easy-to-understand but thorough and detailed guide about beginning with saltwater.
Don't make the the mistake I did and waste your money on a big, full color, high resolution, hardback saltwater book that offers no help for smaller tanks!
The Nano Reef: Your First Saltwater Aquarium is written for beginners specifically trying to stay under $300 and planning a tank under 29 gallons.
By ordering my book, you'll be armed with everything you need to know, from pH and salinity levels to finally understanding the truth of reef lighting, and you'll have saved perhaps $20 to $30 -- enough to cover the cost of half your equipment!
Why make it harder than it has to be?
Now here comes the best part... the price!
For 50 cents a page, you'll have The Nano Reef: Your First Saltwater Aquarium and be on your way to becoming a marine hobbyist.
At only $12.00, you cannot go wrong.
need to tell you what the other guys are charging for their dull, overly
long and overly priced "How-to" books.
The Nano Reef: Your First Saltwater Aquarium is a downloadable special report in PDF format, which you can print on your printer and put in your own binder.