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Some of the coolest fish in the world live in a salt water environment, and if you're looking for an amazing new pet, salt water might be the way to go. If you're a fish owner looking to branch into saltwater tanks, there are some complications involved, and you'll definitely want to find an aquarium that's suitable. Finding cheap saltwater aquariums isn't impossible, but it helps to know what to look for.
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As hobbies go, saltwater aquariums are not the cheapest way to go. The initial equipment costs a lot of money, as do the fish, invertebrates, and corals. Here are some ways that you can save money on your saltwater aquarium hobby, from initial setup to buying equipment, livestock to ongoing expenses. 110 items - DHgate is the best place to make a comparison for cheap saltwater fish lures
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Owning a fresh water tank is definitely a bit more simple that salt water, and it's recommended that a total novice begin with some fresh water fish to get used to it. However, it's not horribly difficult to raise salt water fish if you follow the proper steps, get good information and a proper tank. Even the cheaper saltwater tank aquariums are still a decent investment of cash, so it's worth doing a bit of research.Contrary to what they shop owners would have you believe, you do not need a fancy glass tank to rear corals and saltwater marine fishes. A regular glass aquarium would do, so long that the tank is rated to be non-reactive with saltwater. These glass tanks area usually very cheap, ranging anywhere between $15 and $60, depending on its size and where you buy it.In the saltwater world, everything gets taken up a notch. The costs, the maintenance, the tank size, and the fish all require some additional effort. Saltwater tanks are not cheap, but buy the biggest tank you can afford if possible. This is important because without the right size or salt level, your fish will be unable to thrive. Saltwater tanks also require more filtration. Filtration is the key to a healthy saltwater aquarium. There are three basic types of filtration: biological (Live Rock), mechanical, and chemical. If you choose to use a live rock filtration system, you will need a protein skimmer to remove dissolved waste. However, if this is your first saltwater tank, I recommend using a chemical or mechanical filtration system. A fish only environment will be the easiest to startup and the cheapest in comparison to reef tanks and fish with live rock environments. Even though saltwater tanks are more precarious to maintain and demand more responsibility, the rewards are much greater.  Saltwater fish may be more expensive, but when you see the level of variety you can achieve your jaw just may drop. Saltwater tanks offer much more color and beauty than freshwater tanks. Some popular and inexpensive fish that you can include in your aquarium are clownfish, dwarf angelfish, and damselfish.Kayak Fishing
Kayaks are certainly the cheapest way to get afloat, though not necessarily an ideal start for a novice. At first, go fishing in company, and take local advice before you launch at any new area. Stick to sheltered backwaters and estuaries, keeping well away from tidal inlets and rips. You’ll need to provide your own tackle and bait, typically a couple of light to medium spinning outfits to cast either lures or bait for species like redfish, striped bass, bluefish, speckled trout and snook.

Party Boats
Party boats are the perfect introduction to saltwater sport fishing for the novice angler. Party or “head” boats can fish up to several dozen anglers and sail from many harbors. The cost is typically $50-$100 a day and includes tackle, bait and assistance from an experienced crew. Many party boats are large and stable, and feature a crew cabin serving hot food and drinks. Depending on location, expect a variety of species, from snapper and grouper to small tuna, mackerel, dolphin, cobia and cod.