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A few hours out yesterday.....

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I think it is likely that without looking properly they are just labelled as chub. I know I for one will be checking more closely from now on.


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Supposed to be better to catch in the winter so i am surprised most clubs dont stock them ,my pond could do with some theres few out in the winter and i walk down and theres only one fool to be seen out in the frost ...me LOL


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Makes you wonder where they've suddenly appeared from?

Last winters bad floods I think. Most anglers I've spoke to that target the smaller stuff or trot seem to have had one or two this summer. Seems like they are quite widespread.


 

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Last winters bad floods I think. Most anglers I've spoke to that target the smaller stuff or trot seem to have had one or two this summer. Seems like they are quite widespread.

 

 

I've had a few deformed ones amongst the fish i've caught, these deformed ones looked healthy enough but it was another reason that I thought they where hybrids.

However they've got in there there must have been a serious number of them....i've had quite a lot this year!

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I've had a few deformed ones amongst the fish i've caught, these deformed ones looked healthy enough but it was another reason that I thought they where hybrids.

However they've got in there there must have been a serious number of them....i've had quite a lot this year!

Can't say I know a lot about them, but some of the mates used to fish on the swedish rivers and catch a lot of them, so they will probably be quite happy to stay here and be with us for good.


 

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Been catching ide in the Yorkshire Calder for the last 30 odd years, no idea where they came from though. I think more are caught than we realise, because some anglers just give them a cursory glance while unhooking, and probably think they are hybrids.

 

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Been catching ide in the Yorkshire Calder for the last 30 odd years, no idea where they came from though. I think more are caught than we realise, because some anglers just give them a cursory glance while unhooking, and probably think they are hybrids.

 

John

No sign of them taking over then John?

Do they get to a good size in the river?


 

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No sign of them taking over then John?

Do they get to a good size in the river?

 

 

I just hope they don't hybridise with the roach etc...that's all we need !

I know they put up a better fight than either the roach or dace so they're ok to wind in but i'd rather they weren't there.

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I just hope they don't hybridise with the roach etc...that's all we need !

I know they put up a better fight than either the roach or dace so they're ok to wind in but i'd rather they weren't there.

If that happens Tigger our superb roach fishing is going to take an Ide-ing Lol.

 

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If that happens Tigger our superb roach fishing is going to take an Ide-ing Lol.

 

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If I knew for sure they would hybridise with our native species i'd knock them on the head and freeze 'em for piking.

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