Hey everyone, so I'm graduating college soon so that means I gotta move my aquarium out and bring everything. Luckily I already did one trip, so all the heavy items won't be with me when I move the fish. However, I've been looking around online and trying to figure out how to best move the fish. Here are the fish being moved: 10g Tank: 7 sparkling gourami + a Nerite Snail 5g Tank (I'm adopting this tank from a friend): 1 betta + 5 Ember Tetra + 2 Amano Shrimp The drive can be anywhere from 2 and half to 4 hours depending on traffic and weather (lord help me if it rains... the traffic always seems to be terrible then). It will be a fair amount of stop and go for the first half. My question is how is it best to bag these fish (meaning what fish should go in what bag), how big should the bags be, and will it be necessary to put compressed air into the bags? The last note is the important one. Many of the sources I found online say to do this but unfortunately there are no LFS that are on the way home that won't make the trip take a least another hour+ longer. The fish are all small, so if I get a large enough bag will the naturally trapped air be enough to sustain the fish? I have about a week until the move, so I haven't started the fasting of the fish and the daily water changes. Thank you in advance to anyone who can help!