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    1. Jeremy Wolf

      Combat Flyfishing The greatest Sport in the World
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      Registered: January 2007
      Location: Battleground, WA Currently in Bagdad, Iraq
      Posts: 13
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      Date: 3-5-07
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    WaFlyCaster

    Tricoptera
    looks like a pikeminnow..But where was it caught?
    #1 3-5-07 2:49am

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    Caught in Iraq
    #2 3-5-07 2:55am

    Unregistered
    looks like a relative of the Nile Perch, almost certainly in the same family.


    Will
    #3 3-5-07 3:14am

    Paul Huffman

    Lagging economic indicator
    It's a cyprinid, looks like a mangor, also called bisz (Barbus esocinus). Do you know these guys at the Bagdad school of flyfishing?: http://baghdadflyfishing.com/
    #4 3-5-07 3:23am

    Jeremy Wolf

    Combat Flyfishing The greatest Sport in the World
    Yes this fish is a manger, a really small one! I have seen a group of 3 that are about 6-7 feet long. They just cruze around on the surface feeding. Its a really cool sight to see. I'm tyring to get some good picture of some large ones.
    #5 3-14-07 2:48am

    Dan Soltau
    Now the real question, can you hook them?
    #6 3-14-07 3:04am

    Jeremy Wolf

    Combat Flyfishing The greatest Sport in the World
    we will see! I need to improve my casting distance if i want to try! I havnet seen them in any of the small waters but I'm pretty certain that as it gets warmer they will move in to the canals and then we will see.
    #7 3-15-07 12:12am


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