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    I did tried once but was very disappointed as I did not catch anything










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    I have, in a river and a reservoir. Caught somethings that I got told were roach and perch. One was proper spikey though :sad:
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    Used to catch Mackerel of the back of my dads boat with a crab line and a piece of silver paper .. Then dad used to whack them over the head! There was lots of blood...
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    Ive been a few times, caught stuff but i cant remember what they were called =P it was a ages ago...and i never enjoyed it much...
    They were silver...and kinda big...
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    i fish most of the time, i fish in competitions etc.
    the spikey fish was probably a perch although a zander is spikey and has teeth but as far as i know they are only found in the river avon,

    big silver fish was probably a roach (silver with orange fins) or a bream (silver with a tinge of green)

    i fish lakes and rivers occasionaly. as i fish in competitions i have thousands of pounds worth of equipment and all to catch a fish, how stupid am i.

    i have caught - carp, pike, tench, roach, zander, perch, ruff, bream, skimmer bream, rudd, barbel, chub, eel's. and many more but i cant think haha.

    i found it boring to start but i got into it. and now i use the pole all the time.
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    I have been fishing on a river, in some streams and on a boat in a lake. I usually catch a couple each time
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    on the sims i keep catching robotfish and vampirefish
    in real life... nothing.
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    yeah loads. I've caught pretty much all common freshwater fish except a tench.

    sometimes you catch sometimes u dont. lots of factors can change it. There's a carp farm near maidstone in kent and it's not unheard of to catch more than 100 fish in a day although i've only managed 89 at best.

    There's so many factors that can depend on whether you catch and some of them are out of your control such as the weather, wind, time of day and temperature. Depending on what you want it differs but in general you get the most activity just when the mist lifts off the water in the morning and the sun's just coming out. by activity i mean that you actually normally catch
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    Yeah. I didnt have it in me to kill it
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    I go a fair bit, Tench are my personal favourite this season
 
 
 
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