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Pictures Michael Lee Berg Misgurnus anguillicaudatus (Pond loach )

Misgurnus anguillicaudatus (fb) © Michael Lee Berg
11-03-2013 16:23:21
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12-03-2013 16:04:33
Frank Habets says : Amazing creatures Michael!
12-03-2013 16:10:43
Frank Habets says : This specie lives in a small stream not so far away from my home. Any hint to catch these Michael?
12-03-2013 20:02:18
Michael Lee Berg says : I used a tinny piece of worm on a Tanago hook (size 26). I went to a spot where they were supposed to be and watched the leaf litter and brush on the bottom. Then I sight fished the first one I saw, it was not shy at all. I moved the bait about 3 inches in front of it. I saw another one over gravel so I‘m not sure of the habitat they prefer. Hope that helps good luck. This sight might help:
12-03-2013 21:53:28
Pieter Beelen says : This is cool! Catching these is more difficult than catching a big one.
14-03-2013 11:55:07
Frank Habets says : Thanks a lot. I hope they aren‘t shy in Europe to.
14-03-2013 19:35:08
Michael Lee Berg says : I would think they would act the same but the European species of loach are different than this one. Misgurnus anguillicaudatus is from Asia. I hope you get one.

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