Originally Posted by Junglist
I think the best time for a first timer to breed fish is when you know what to do without asking questions from start to jarring. Breeding bettas takes alot of time, care, money and lots of cleaning
NOTE* Do not breed fish if your still in school...
Very true! I've had 4 long term bettas and I in no way shape or form have the knowledge to breed- I have not studied genetics to extent, I havent looked up the breeding FRQs, and most importantly- I don't have a breeding quality fish! My fish is a veil tail, she is a very pretty fish as a PET.
Veil tails are practically mutts of the breeding world. It's hard to find them good homes too, most will end up going to people who throw them in cold bowls.