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Hahah, so true...you are too systematic :)
Good plan! And when you dig after worms for bate, you will have one more Noah Spotting as well :D
Thanks, first I will check the species on wikipedia and then decide but I guess I will need to go back and catch one so I can analyse it :)
Very hard for me to tell the exact species, and I think a closer exam is needed to be honest. The common roach (rutilus rutilus) is a strong candidate! You have some options in the wikipedia link in the reference suggestion, but I would just go for Roach if I was you.
Spotted on Jun 6, 2013 Submitted on Jun 6, 2013