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Old 06-22-2022, 01:16 AM   #1
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How many fish?

I am currently installing a 125 gallon pond in my backyard. I already know I want to get Rosy Red minnows but I donít know how many. I only want enough to eat the mosquito larvae, mosquitoes, and other small bugs. I am thinking maybe 5 or 10. I know a 125 pond could hold about 50 minnows but I donít need that many. Again, just enough to eat the bugs. Any Ideas?

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