- In the first day, transfer your fish into a little isolation bottle and put in a little brine (about a coffee-spoon). Live your fish in the bottle about 15 minutes to let’s his gills spread out the size of the bottle.
- In the second day, you have to renew the water in the bottle. Let’s his gills spread out about 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon
- In the third day, Let’s his gills spread out about 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon.
- In the four day, just let the fish spread his gills in about 3 hours at the afternoon. And then let him sleeps in a big tank for the three nights.
- In the morning of the eight day, you take the fish put in the bottle to let him spread his gills for 3 more days.
- Let him sleeps in a big tank for the 3 nights again, and remember the last day do not let him eat.
At the 8 am in the morning of the next day, you have to transfer the fighter in the bottle and stop of one more night (the fighter underfeeds 04- 05 wrigglers).
Your fish is ready to fight now. You can take him go to fight.
10- 11 am, you put it in the bottle, and let him spread his gills from 02- 03 times for 02- 03 minutes. The fighter underfeeds 04- 05 wrigglers and sleep in there for 2 nights. In the morning of the next day, your fish is ready to fight now.
There are a lot of method to learn about Bettas. The best and most direct way to learn about fighting fish is to visit the fighting fish in the ring. In the ring you not only see the fish actually fighting but you also get to see the expertise of the breeders and players of the game. You can directly learn, from the way they talk and the way they care for the fighters.