Fighter Fish aka Betta Fish are pretty simple fish to take good care of as long as you know the basics of what keeps them healthy and strong. Right now you are going to learn exactly what kind of fish tanks are acceptable to use and which kinds of fish tanks will result in your Fighter Fish dying off.
So, first things first, there is much debate on which size of a tank you should actually keep your Betta Fish in. From my experience you should have no less than a 3 gallon tank to give them maximum amount of movement and space to grow and move around.
Remember, a happy Fighter Fish is one that has lots of space to move around and frolic in all its fish-like glee.
Now this is a cool little Fighter Fish Tank you could use if your limited on space or maybe its your first run trying to keep the little guys alive.
It’s a 4 gallon tank so its just a little more than the minimum recommended amount to keep them in, which is 3. It’s really got everything your Fighter Fish needs to grow up nice and healthy. It’s got the nice light fixture to let your fish see at night and a tube running up the middle to deliver fresh oxygen because the Betta Fish need a ton of it.
And since the Fighter Fish are top dwellers, meaning that they feed on the top of the water. They need to have some space before the top of the fish tank so they can eat their food and actually breathe from the top.
It’s kind of weird but the Fighter Fish have this special organ that lets them breath from the surface. In fact, if they don’t have access to the surface, they will die underwater. Kind of weird, I know but its important to remember when caring for your Fighter Fish.
This is the Fighter Fish Tank that you’ll want if your an intermediate Betta Fish owner. This one is for you if you want to have multiple fish in your home but don’t want to take up a lot of space.
This Betta Fish aquarium is made from straight acrylic so you know its super strong and will with stand a few bumps and bruises. What I like most about the biOrb though is its super sleek design that compliments virtually any room of the house.
It’s also got an intelligent LED lighting system that provides an automatic 24 hour light cycle. This is really cool because it even encorporates a natural sunrise, sunset and blue moonlight so your Betta Fish will feel right at home. A happy fish is a healthy fish.
But the best part about the biOrb Aquarium is that they all come with their own unique and technologically advanced 5 stage filtration system that helps to keep your water cleaner for longer. This is something that really makes all the biOrb products stand out from the heard.
Now this is the fish tank you’ll want to use if you’re more experienced with Fighter Fish because it’s going to give them the maximum amount of room to move around.
Its a fact that if you give your Fighter Fish more space to move around, it will actually grow much larger than it would if it were in a measly little 4 gallon tank. I dunno about you but I would want the biggest tank possible so I can have multiple Betta Fish in my tank (assuming they don’t kill each other) so they can all hangout together.
Now I know this one is a little pricey but if you serious about really doing it right. This is the tank you want. This Fighter Fish Tank is a complete system, meaning its got a 24″ florescent light fixture and comes with your first two bulbs. It will hold either a T8 Bulb or a T12.
This sucker is made out of acrylic which means the glass is 17 times stronger than your average fish tank. And it comes with a built in filtration system so it makes cleaning the tank extremely easy.
So there you have it, I wanted to select a tank for each different price range so you can have your choice of what you think will work best for you. Just remember that I would not recommend going below the 6 gallon tank, even though your Fighter Fish can survive and even thrive in a smaller tank, I believe they will be the happiest in the largest tank possible.
If you can afford it, I obviously recommend the big 75 gallon tank, but if that’s way out of your range then the 16 gallon one should be a perfect fit for virtually any room in the house. Be sure to let me know which tank you choose to go with in the comments section below, I would LOVE to hear your thoughts on what you think the BEST Betta Fish Tank is…