How long until Angelfish reach full size?

John634720
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How long until angelfish reach full size I have had my angelfish for 3 months and they haven't grown at all they are fed great food and I need help on knowing why there
not growing
 
AggressiveAquatics
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What size tank are they in? If the tank is to small they could be stunted
 
DerekO24
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I’ve had angelfish on and off since I was a kid. I’d say around a year and they’re full grown. Of course every fish is different. And it depends how much you feed
 
JettsPapa
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Have you measured them somehow to make sure they aren't growing? Seeing them every day it's difficult to tell sometimes.

Also, how large are they now? Maybe they were full grown when you got them?
 
Broggy
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it depends on temp too, warm water = fast metabolism. if your water temp is already optimal then don't change it. I swear by good fish foods, what kind are you using?
 
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John634720
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AggressiveAquatics said:
What size tank are they in? If the tank is to small they could be stunted
90 gallons and it's extremely understocked
 
Cory04
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John634720 said:
90 gallons and it's extremely understocked
That's a very good tank size
 
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John634720
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LowConductivity
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IME, with great live/frozen foods, and regular water changes, you can go from free swimmer to full grown in about 12 months...with that said....if you buy some big eyed, small bodied pre-stunted fish from the LFS, you may never see full size
 

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