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72" at the longest, 45" at the widest and 24" deep
Yes. We added a pump and underground filter from the Pond Guy. Works great for our 6 hearty goldfish!
I would say 12"x6" obviously
It would need to be supported with castle stones of some kind. I would try to use it stand alone. Much better for the fish if its in the ground, help to keep the water cool for Koi and goldfish.
You can purchase a rubberized roofing tape that is really adhesive on one side. Should be located in the duct tape aisle.
Drilling a hole in the pond is not recommended as it will void any warranty
It is 24" deep.
180-300 GPH pump would be a recommendation. Accessories are completely up to the consumer.
The deepest part is 24 inches. It should not freeze all the way down to the bottom. That’s why I bought this pond
I had a similar pond (do not know manufacturer) in Montana that froze solid every winter, and I do mean solid. It was never drained. I suspect you will not have any problems.