Thank you for admiring Dungeon Studio's
indoor pond. Being a garden-pond enthusiast
for many years (9 years) I have work up plenty
of experience for building and caring for ponds.
The pond that we have at Dungeon Studios is:

GFCI Protected
150 gals
filter holds 5 gals
2.5 ft high
4 ft wide
7 ft long
1 48" ultra vilote light
1 24" floesaint light
1 heat lamp
120 gal/hr 120Vac pump
1 fake heat rock
Rain Maker
Idustrial Air compressor
Real River




This pond is built by Andrew Buczko, creator of Dungeon Studios. Having built three ponds before this one he has come up with the best filtration and tank systems to use with ponds, even going as far as to design and build his own filter and pump system. The Please take some time to tour some of the ponds built by Andrew and the trail and errors of each one. We will also introduce you to some of the fish and animals that we have had living in the ponds.


  • Pond #1
  • 20 gals
  • Type = Glass Tank
  • Size = small (less than 2'x3')
  • Problems = not deep enough / big enough. sun shinning though window would over heat water. Went through filters like crazy.
  • Pond #2
  • ? gals
  • Type = Single Lined Plastic /w sand base
  • Size = 7'x4'x2'
  • Problems = Liner was unable to suport the weight of the water, liner ripped.
  • Pond #3
  • 400 gals?
  • Type = Double Lined /w sand base
  • Size = 10'x10'x3'
  • Problems = Needed better liner, plants used for filtration over populated pond, tree leafs turned water into acid.
  • Pond #4
  • 400 gals
  • Type = Double Lined /w sand base
  • Size = 10'x10'x3'
  • Problems = Needed better filtration, plants used for filtration over populated pond, tree leafs turned water into acid.
  • Pond #5
  • 150 gals
  • Type = 150 Gal Rubbermade tank
  • Size = 4'x7'x2.5'
  • Problems = Pumps were always failing


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150 gal rubber maid fish tank