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I was on a recent diving expedition in Norwalk Connecticut and I happened upon this species which appear to be Carassius Auratus, it's Genus is from Piper Colunens Agricola They where tiny little buggers I was wondering if you ever heard of them before? They appeared to be feeding on HuemahnTastsisBuds I'm not too sure what fly I would use to catch them because they appear smaller then the Fly! any advice. Marv

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[ 02-01-2004, 08:14 AM: Message edited by: sparse grey ]
 

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Yes, it appears you have found the elusive, yet highly desirable flyrod gamefish, the saltwater goldfish. They're picky as far as what flies they choose to eat and really only grow to about an inch, so I choose not to waste my effort. But if you do happen to catch one, they go really well with a cold heineken and pretzels. :D
Good luck in your quest...


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