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    Default Wraysbury 1 Catch reports

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    King Fungus 47lb


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    Stunner!!

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    Niceeeeeeeeeeee !!

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    that fish is a beasttttttt........

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    An absolute corker of a fish, is it a Leney or Sutton fish? Also you never hear of the other Fungus mirrors, how are they doing, are they still around?
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    Most of the Fungus mirrors didnt survive, not sure how many are left.

    As for where they came from, pass, dont think Cemex were doing the sutton/leney thing back then but could be wrong.
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    King F is a leney,also Rosie,and ****les linear...they came from Les Bamford,I think there was about 20 of them...
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    the picture says it all
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    What a fish!
    Come on the big ol'mirrors!!!

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    Catch reports only please.... But as I can type this I must say, that is one awsome fishy, Just look at the frame on it, beautifully dark with big old plates on the flank... "drooling icon"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveAllcott View Post
    King F is a leney,also Rosie,and ****les linear...they came from Les Bamford,I think there was about 20 of them...
    Steve...

    Cheers Steve.
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    Shame about the other side of it.

    The zip linear fungus is the one though. Absolute corker...

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    well done m8 beautiful fish!

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    Blast from the past.....

    I hear Rosie has been caught. No matter what your thoughts on what's gone on over there you can't help but admire the fish.

    https://www.carpfeed.com/fishing-new...aught-11-times

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