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Can koi fish live in a 10 gallon tank?

Asked: Fly Fishing Guerilla Lensman, Date Created:

If you think of the requirements for gallons of water required in a pond to house Koi then you are looking at about 1” to 3” of fish per 10 gallons or so of water. ... A Koi Fish minimum tank size probably shouldn't be less than 50 gallons for as little as two or three fish.

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