Originally Posted by GuppyColorMaker
In A While, I Will Be Chasing After A 10gal Because I've Been Wanting To Breed Bettas, Like, My Whole Life.
Breeding bettas takes a whole lot more than just a 10g tank. You really need something like a 20 long for the breeding pair so that they have room to get away from one another. Then, you need something like a 40g breeder for all of the fry. As they grow, you also need a gallon jar with an airstone for each male. You also need live foods for the young fry. Finally, as was pointed out, you need to find homes for all of these fish, which can be difficult.
If you're interested in breeding fish, I would definitely recommend something easier to start with. Of course, livebearers like guppies are very easy to breed, but if you're looking for something with really interesting breeding habits that's still easy to do, I recommend getting a pair of kribensis cichlids.