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Tank size question

Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by jenhunt, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. jenhunt

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    What is the minimum sized tank I would need to keep a Channel Catfish?
     
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    A pond!! Im pretty sure they get huge.
     
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    a lake...
     
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    There are a few species of bullhead or madtoms you may be able to get. Most bullhead get fairly large aquarium wise though.


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    Wouldn't a 300 gallon or 500 gallon be big enough?
     
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    A 300 or 500 gallon would be more than suitable. I knew a guy that had one for a few years in a 150.
     

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