08-08-2010, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Twitch
I was wondering if there are any species of fish that can be kept with a bluegill. At the moment he is very small (only about an inch long) but as he grows older, I am going to increase the size of his tank. I was told bluegill are aggressive and you can only keep other bluegill or other aggressive fish in with them. So lets say I had a 55g tank and a 75g tank. What could I put in each, given the bluegill was living in each one? (meaning if I housed him in a 55, what could I put with him, and if I housed him in a 75g, what could I put with him?)
And is there anything that can go with him while he is small?
it's also called a brem =) a tasty fish not that im gonna eat yours.all i can find on it is linked to fishing and after reading the articles i think a pleco for algae cleaning and a species only tank would be a good idea something like keeping an arowana or a flower horn. it also grows up to 16 inches so it's gonna have a lot of waste and need a lot of space.