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  • No unread posts Pike
    Pike angling as a key part of general coarse fishing is becoming an increasingly popular pastime in the UK and Europe.
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    Last post by Gadgetman View the latest post
    23 Jan 2013 01:46
  • No unread posts Perch
    They can be caught with a variety of methods, but the two best methods are perhaps float fishing and lure fishing.
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    Last post by Fish Botherer View the latest post
    28 Dec 2013 08:56
  • No unread posts Zander
    Zander are often called pike-perch as they resemble the pike with their elongated body and head, and the perch with their spiny dorsal fin.
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    Last post by runhunt View the latest post
    14 Sep 2012 19:53
  • No unread posts Catfish
    With a possible total length up to 3 m (9.8 ft) and a maximum weight of over 150 kg (330 lb) it is the second largest freshwater fish in its region after the beluga sturgeon...
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    Last post by Barbel123 View the latest post
    04 Jun 2015 20:00
  • No unread posts Freshwater Eel
    Some details of eel reproduction are as yet unknown, and the discovery of major eel spawning grounds in the Sargasso Sea is one of the more famous anecdotes in the history of Ichthyology.
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    Last post by paul y View the latest post
    12 Aug 2011 08:10
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  • No unread posts Carp in the UK
    "The Carp is the queen of rivers; a stately, a good, and a very subtil fish; that was not at first bred, nor hath been long in England, but is now naturalised."

    Sir Isaac Walton
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    Last post by Rob Harrison View the latest post
    26 May 2013 22:19
  • No unread posts Chub
    The Chub can be found in most of the UK's rivers and more recently in stillwaters where it is being stocked. It is a predatory fish and tends to live together in shoals, larger specimens tending to become solitary.
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    Last post by Kenny Parsons View the latest post
    28 Feb 2013 22:46
  • No unread posts Tench Fishing
    Large tench may be found in gravel pits or deep, slow-moving waters with a clayey or silty bottom and lots of aquatic vegetation. They take a variety of baits but are "nibblers" and can be difficult to hook.
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    Last post by Kenny Parsons View the latest post
    26 May 2011 22:23
  • No unread posts Bream
    Most anglers think they can recognise bream quite easily. The familiar hump-backed shape, the large, bronze-grey flanks and the under-slung mouth are unmistakable characteristics. (These fish can also hybridise with Roach and Rudd)
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  • No unread posts Roach
    The roach is typically a small fish, often reaching no more than about 35 cm (14 inches) in length. A fish of 2┬╝lb would be considered a largish specimen but they can, sometimes, attain weights just in excess of 4lb.
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    Last post by runhunt View the latest post
    20 Dec 2014 20:12
  • No unread posts Rudd
    The Rudd has an upturned mouth because it is easy for them to feed at the top of the water. (In New Zealand and Canada it is considered a pest fish due to impacts on native species).
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