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raking a swim out found this in the silk weed great ouse cambs. Fished here 60 years never seen one before dont think its a minnow look how close the eyes are and how long the nose is.

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I think it's a stone loach but haven't seen one for years, so stand to be corrected. 

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Stone Loach indeed!:good:

Normally like the base of fast flowing clean rivers.

Edited by TIGHTCHOKE

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I’ve never seen one but I would like to.

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In the late 50's as kids we used to go netting minnows in a small stream in wiltshire and often had a few of these, but I grew up and put away childish things, now I fish with rod and line and never catch anything small !!!!!😅

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Ugly looking things alright. Like a mad gudgeon/eel hybrid. 

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Just been confirmed by EA expert spined loach nationaly rare but a little hot spot here.

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has anyone eaten Lampreys.............aparaently in olden days they were the in thing to chomp on......certain aristocrates have come to grief eating too many of them.........

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