Other Coarse Fish

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  • 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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    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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    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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    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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