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Two-Tone (again)

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Seems like you just can't keep a good fish down, eh? The publicity-seeking mirror has been landed again, this time at 63lb8oz. She's a little heavier than she was in April, at 62lb, but still not back to her best weight of 64lb5oz. It must have been such a disappointment for angler Paul Dedman, who has caught her twice in a year without her being at record weight!

Is it just me, or is this becoming one sick joke?


You meet all kinds of animal on the riverbank.

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Richard Walker - and Clarissa - will be spinning in their graves.............

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poor thing. let's hope he gets third time lucky.


Nathan

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Probably...

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I don't see the problem, Carp can stand repeat captures.

 

That fish comes out what four or five times a season at most and I should imagine it's well cared for with the calibre of Anglers on Conningbrook.

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Obviously not to pleasant for the fish being caught a few times a year but what if anglers are going for others within the lake and they catch Two-Tone? It's hardly their fault if the fish takes their bait surely?

 

[ 01. July 2004, 01:41 PM: Message edited by: j_s ]


James

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well what's the problem going after one fish. Fish get caught time and time again. No one complains, that's because the might not realise. A fish wont eat for 2 days after been caught. [that's what I heard].


Nathan

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Probably...

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