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    I drug this fish in last night stripping wooly buggers for crappie off our dock on Lake Coeur D'Alene. I have no clue what it is. It isn't a Squaw Fish. It looks like a cross between a Small Mouth and a Carp. It had a soft mouth and red eyes. Any ideas????


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    1. bigcutt

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  1. flytyerboy95

    Future fly fishing guide
    OMG ITS A TENCH ..........
    that is a EXTREMELY popular game fish in britian. its called a tench its a bottom feader and is rare in the US. i hope u realeased it and u might want to inform fish and game.
    #1 7-20-09 12:06am

    flytyerboy95

    Future fly fishing guide
    ok revise that i did some research and the idaho state record is 4 pounds and somethin. so i think that the tench must be a recognized game fish in idaho.......hmmmm soo i was partially wrong.
    #2 7-20-09 4:08am

    kosel80

    Native Trout Fan
    Pretty rare catch for a fly rod. They get up to the 13lb range over here and are super popular, great fighters. Slimy as hell though.
    #3 7-22-09 7:06pm

    Jay Burman

    Experienced Ne'r do well and Layabout.
    Tench. There is a photo on this site that idendifies this species.
    #4 6-18-11 8:05pm




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