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What size hole need to be dug to fit the liner?

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The Koolatron Koolscapes 84 Gallon Pond Kit contains a 6x6 foot liner. The actual dimensions of the pond could be varied but you will want a 6-10 inch overlap on the bank. Basically depth x2 + width = 5ft. 2-6in. So approximately 1ft deep by 3ft. across. If you are planning on keeping koi 2ft. deep is the bare minimum 3ft. if you have freezing conditions so I wouldn't recommend it with a pond of this size.

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