Species of minnows vary widely, the smaller of which have a life span of about three years, and the larger ones can reach six to seven years. Many minnows swim together in large schools, and others stay in small groups.
How do you keep minnows alive for a long time?
Quote from video: First. Off we keep our minnows at 52 to 58 degrees here at tapri Shack. You can help prolong the life of your minnows. I haven't a simple ice pack to it cooler water holds more oxygen.