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    got to love those rumours of massive commons, but i have stocked one that will hopefully reach those leviathan sizes given a little time.
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    Simmos doing nice scaly ones now.............,
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldcatcher View Post
    Its bound to have a huge common in there there in every lake
    Maybe even the eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldcatcher View Post
    Simmos doing nice scaly ones now.............,
    the problem is they don't have a good track record for living very long, most don't seem to make 20 years, the ones i have selected have a good record of making 40 or 50 years old, thats one of the reasons for picking them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldcatcher View Post
    Its bound to have a huge common in there there in every lake

    Plus the elusive 'big black cat' that must prowl all syndicates now...... :-)
    AKA, MikeH, Braveheart

    Living it up Malta style...

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    Stunning al, that's the rest of my life sorted then.

    What I like about this whole project is that you've stuck to your guns and produced exactly what you told me you were going to, no cutting corners through impatience, a proper traditional carp water, brilliant.
    Up the saints, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyhammer View Post
    Stunning al, that's the rest of my life sorted then.

    What I like about this whole project is that you've stuck to your guns and produced exactly what you told me you were going to, no cutting corners through impatience, a proper traditional carp water, brilliant.
    Thanks mate, its nice that the work is going to be appreciated. more fish going in this afternoon, pics will follow on sunday.
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    I still hope to win the lottery so i can do the same coops.
    Sunny sunny Djibouti

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyhammer View Post
    Stunning al, that's the rest of my life sorted then.

    What I like about this whole project is that you've stuck to your guns and produced exactly what you told me you were going to, no cutting corners through impatience, a proper traditional carp water, brilliant.
    agree totally stew.........having seen pics of these fish here and on fb and i would say future looks good other fishery owners take note.........coops i reckon yr onto a winner mate
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    The last lot of fish went in yesterday, some bigger ones, 4 of them zip linears up to 21.04, 12 other doubles, plus some more different scaly ones from 3 to 9lb, about 25 in total. I will some a few more pics up tomorrow afternoon, I think you guys who liked the last lot will be happy with these ones too.
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    hats off to you man..

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    A fe more fish from the 2nd stocking, to see all of the fish that have been stocked, anybody who is on Facebook can go to the Perfection Ground Baits page and all the pics are on there.
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    Wow !
    Real mixed bag but each one as stunning as the next in its own unique way.

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    stunning, just like the previous lot.

    Each and every fish is going to be a desirable one to catch.
    Nah there's no 40's in here mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sledgehammer View Post
    stunning, just like the previous lot.

    Each and every fish is going to be a desirable one to catch.
    thats the basic idea, the perfect lake, where every carp is unique as possible and stunning to look at, all i need now is them to grow nice and big, and every box will be ticked.
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    Some real belters there Coops, great stuff mate.

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    The colour and shape of this common are just perfect.

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    Did any leathers go in coops
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