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    breeding largemouth bass

    Discussion in 'Cold Water, Temperate and North American Native Fi' started by gar man, Aug 30, 2008.

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      does anyone here have experiance on breeding largemouth bass? can you breed them in a 20 gall long?
       
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      Ive never seen in done in the home aquaria, but I love annoying the mom's over the nest's....Would have tp try it to be sure..
       
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      i havent heard of being done b4 and u wont be able to breed them in a 20 long. u need a lot bigger tank for them
       
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      try a 220 gallon and it might work. Why do you want to breed them?
       
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      food?
       
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      just to try something that not many ppl do kinda for the thrill for it and i love baby bass. would a 40 gal long work?
       
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      No.Infact,try more of a pond!For breeding I mean.Id say a 200 or 220 is good enough for 1 bass.I don't think you know the size....
       
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      how big are your bass??
       
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      i dont have them yet but im going fishing in a farm pond this month and i was gunna try to catch some to breed
       
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      good luck.
       

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