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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Berty View Post
    Rays fish was the old BRFC record.....the NI fish is the new one, though some say it is not a true roach.

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    ROACH (Rutilus rutilus)

    4lb 4oz
    2006
    Keith Berry, Northern Ireland Stillwater




    But if it was accepted by the BRFC then surely it is the record, and if Rays fish was surpased what's all this about???

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron The Hat Clay View Post
    I am sure that the roach caught by Ray Clarke is the English record.
    Is there an 'English' record?

    I thought it was for the British Records?

    Scholars have long known that fishing eventually turns men into philosophers.

    Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to buy decent tackle on a philosopher's salary. ~

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Quote Originally Posted by noknot View Post
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    ROACH (Rutilus rutilus)

    4lb 4oz
    2006
    Keith Berry, Northern Ireland Stillwater




    But if it was accepted by the BRFC then surely it is the record, and if Rays fish was surpased what's all this about???
    It's about the question of whether the captor can or cannot withdraw a ratified record from the BRFC list. I think we have established without a shadow of a doubt (with the exception of maybe one person) that the captor cannot withdraw a record.

    The old record that all the fuss is about, was not withdrawn, but replaced by a bigger fish caught by Keith Berry.

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Marsden View Post
    It's about the question of whether the captor can or cannot withdraw a ratified record from the BRFC list. I think we have established without a shadow of a doubt (with the exception of maybe one person) that the captor cannot withdraw a record.

    The old record that all the fuss is about, was not withdrawn, but replaced by a bigger fish caught by Keith Berry.
    And is now history ........
    It's a fine line between genius and madness -- I wish I knew which side of it I'm on !

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