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Thread: Largemouth Bass

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    how big is he now?

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    really 30"

    ive never seen a 2'-2nd half foot bass. my guess is 18" at most. but like you said, he'll get mighty fat.

    if you've had him for a year, he should only have about a few months left of growing and than just pure fattening.

    awesome man, what temperature do you keep the tank at?


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    i dont have bass anymore bu i once did and they are fun to watch especially during feeding time. goldfish beware.i let mine go when he got to about 4 lbs.i coulndnt continue to feed him enough.
    90 gal tank of a slow river with driftwood and heavly planted plastic plants.
    1 clown knife
    3 pictus cats
    2 meesi cats sweet lookin fish when they get big
    2 chinese algea eaters that dont eat algea
    1 common pleco.
    2 peacock eels

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    LG bass are a good hardy fish to have hope yours get big. my fish have survive 2 tank BLOW outs and 2 electrical shocking from light falling in. they live

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    this thread is 7 years old

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