03-12-2007, 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Blue
That is pushing a lot, Ryan. Ever heard of 'overfiltration'? I had two of these fish in a 75 gallons before. Lovely fish they are. But my passion is too strong with characins.
Originally Posted by musho3210
300 gallons per pacu is something i would follow,
No ive looked online at everything and 300 gallons seems good. They are very very large fish, both long and tall, the 300 gallons is more for space rather than filtration.
30 inches long, about 10-15 inches tall, add those together, 45 inches adult size, add filtration needs and food, 300 gallons is my summary, Plus how deep they are. Ive seen a pacu as big as a man's torso.... They get pretty darn big.