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## How many fish can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

This rule has many variations, but the most common version holds that you should stock 1 inch per 2-5 gallons of water. This means a 30-gallon tank could hold **6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## How many fish can you have in a 29 gallon tank?

**While 30-gallon aquariums aren’t huge, these tanks are much bigger than most hobbyists start out with and can allow for a decent amount of biodiversity. The first decision you will want to make is if you want a freshwater or saltwater aquarium.**

## Is a 30 gallon fish tank big?

The answer will depend on factors such as the variety of goldfish in question, but generally speaking, you can comfortably keep around **3-4 goldfish in 30-35 gallons of water. A few factors can determine exactly how many goldfish you can comfortably keep in a 30-35 gallon tank.**

## How many fish can I keep in a 30 gallon?

Inch-Per-Gallon Rules This rule has many variations, but the most common version holds that you should stock 1 inch per 2-5 gallons of water. This means a 30-gallon tank could hold **6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## What kind of fish can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

**Neon Tetras, Black Neon Tetras and Lemon Tetras are just some of the desirable species which you can keep in a 30 gallon aquarium. They make colorful additions to planted aquariums. Another small species loved by aquarists are Rasboras. They are a peaceful community fish that are very common in tanks under 30 gallons.**

## Is 30 gallons enough for 2 goldfish?

So, now that we know how much water each goldfish needs, we can answer the question how many can you keep in a 30-35 gallons tank? The answer will depend on factors such as the variety of goldfish in question, but generally speaking, **you can comfortably keep around 3-4 goldfish in 30-35 gallons of water.**

## How many fish can you fit in a 29 gallon tank?

The most widely known rule for stocking a tank is the **one inch of fish per one or two gallons of water rule.**

## How many fish can I put in 29 gallon?

We would say that the ideal schooling fish for a 29 gallon tank would be the **neon tetra. There are actually many different types of tetra fish out there, with the neon variety being one of the most popular.**

## What fish can I put in a 29 gallon fish tank?

Inch-Per-Gallon Rules This rule has many variations, but the most common version holds that you should stock 1 inch per 2-5 gallons of water. This means a 30-gallon tank could hold **6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## How many fish can fit in a 30 gallon tank?

Inch-Per-Gallon Rules This rule has many variations, but the most common version holds that you should stock 1 inch per 2-5 gallons of water. This means a 30-gallon tank could hold **6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## What size is a 30 gallon fish tank?

30 Gallon Fish Tank Dimensions A basic 30 gallon fish tank will generally measure **36 1/4 x 12 5/8 x 16 3/4 (L x W x H).**

## What fish go well in a 30 gallon tank?

Tank SizeDimensions in Inches L x W x H30 Gallon**36.25 x 12.625 x 16.75**30 Gallon Breeder36.25 x 18.25 x 1330 Gallon Extra Tall24.25 x 12.5 x 24.7533 Gallon Long48.25 x 12.75 x 13.37535 more rowsx26bull;03-Jan-2020

## How many fish can I have in a 30 gallon tank?

**6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## What kind of fish can you have in a 30 gallon tank?

**What Fish Can You Keep in a 30 Gallon Tank?**

- Cichlids (Dwarf, South African, and South American)
- Tetras.
- Catfish species (Corys, Plecos, and Otos)
- Rainbowfish.
- Guppies.
- Gouramis.
- Rasboras.
- Mollies.

## How many goldfish can live in a 30 gallon tank?

The answer will depend on factors such as the variety of goldfish in question, but generally speaking, you can comfortably keep around **3-4 goldfish in 30-35 gallons of water.**

## How many inches of fish can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

This rule has many variations, but the most common version holds that you should stock 1 inch per 2-5 gallons of water. This means a 30-gallon tank could hold **6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## What can you do with a 30 gallon tank?

The general rule of thumb, when stocking any aquarium, is to allow one gallon of water for each inch of fish. Therefore, in a 30 gallon tank you have enough room for **30 inches**

## Is 30 gallons enough for goldfish?

For Common goldfish, Comets and Shubunkins, **we recommend a tank measuring at least 4 feet long with a volume of at least 30 gallons.**

## How big of a tank do I need for 2 goldfish?

If you have two common goldfish, a tank of **50-60 is the ideal size. Try to aim for a tank with more water surface area than depth, because goldfish prefer longer tanks. For two fancy goldfish, however, a 30-gallon tank can work. The rule of thumb is to have 1 gallon of water for every inch of fish.**

## How many goldfish can I put in a 30-gallon pond?

How many Fish Can I Have in my Pond?Pond size (assuming a rounded shape at 2 ft deep)# gold fish or# Koi10 x 102516**12 x 10****30****19**3 more rowsx26bull;20-Mar-2017

## Can 2 goldfish live in a 20-gallon tank?

In theory, **you could keep more than 2 goldfish of smaller varieties in a 20-gallon tank. However, it’s important to remember that goldfish are active fish that need a lot of space to swim. As a result, we would still recommend sticking to 2 fish as the maximum number for a 20-gallon tank.**

## What big fish can I put in a 29 gallon tank?

**6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## What fish can live together in a 29 gallon tank?

**6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish.**

## How many fish should be in a 30 gallon fish tank?

**Neon Tetras, Black Neon Tetras and Lemon Tetras are just some of the desirable species which you can keep in a 30 gallon aquarium. They make colorful additions to planted aquariums. Another small species loved by aquarists are Rasboras. They are a peaceful community fish that are very common in tanks under 30 gallons.**

## What fish can live in 29 gallon tank?

The most widely known rule for stocking a tank is the **one inch of fish per one or two gallons of water rule.**