I want to breed so that I can release into the wild in Asia to help the dwindling population. I thought about maybe a system of several 10,000 gal pools for breeding. But this is gonna take time and money.david1978 said:You have done research on this? It's almost impossible for the average hobbiest to do since your dealing with such large fish. The commercial breeders also inject them with hormones to up their results but still find it very difficult. Most you see on the market are wild caught.
I can move, I'm only thirteen, this is progressing towards adult life.AquaticJ said:But aren’t you in Dayton?
These fish can get around 4 foot long & as they’re bred for the food trade I’d hazard a guess they must be pretty quick growers so in my opinion a 150 gallon wouldn’t be big enough.trash.binh91 said:Well, to a answer my question, 150 gallons would be appropriate, right?