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  1. #11
    Ian Cloke Guest

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    Looks good to me Mark, let's see what everyone else has to say.

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    Steve,

    Seatrout are migratory trout, and are usually caught in freshwater. If the number of trout species ever get worked out (last count 4) it might be less confusing. Brown trout and migratory seatrout are the same species, and they don't breed true for survival reasons.

    Sun bleak are aka motherless minnows or morderslichen ('scuse spelling), found in the Huntspill and other Somerset waters.

    I forgot brown bullheads, a small type of catfish.

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    Are you trying to make it even more difficult Mark?

    ;-)

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    Ian Cloke Guest

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    Steve, what I think is that we select a date & start time, then simple go for it;o)

    People would say which fish they think that they are likely/hopeful to catch, once the species have all been allocated to members, we select a date & time to start. Then once the event has started, each fish caught is photographed(at the side of a daily paper, until the time is up. Hopefully we should catch each species numerous times, within the 12 hours, although 1 or 2 may prove a little elusive.

    This is open to EVERY member, reguardless of experience, age etc.....

  5. #15
    Cakey Guest

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    Ill do the hardest bit for you and blank !

  6. #16
    EC Guest

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    Another angle would be to try and solely concentrate on the more elusive species!

    Specifically those mad things that live in the big lakes/lochs, although doing it in 12 hours will be a push!

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    one of the problems is unless it's over night in the middle of summer we would be highly unlikely to get a cat on the bank.

    the char there's more chance platting fog than getting one of them in 12 hours.

    salmon you ain't too likely to get one of them in the middle of summer.

    i can think of a swim on the thames where you could do the perch, roach, bleak, chub, dace and pike from, with the chance of tench, common carp, barbel, bream and ruff turning up if you fished it right as well.

    woody knows where that one is we fished it together, and me and andy fished the opposite bank.

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    I can guarantee a snottie and maybe a barbel, also roach dace chub bleak and a grinner!

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    I couldn't gaurentee anything but willing to try!

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    Jim Crosskey 2 Guest

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    I can guarantee that if I try to catch a chub I'll put a bream on the bank!

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