In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- If your rivers are not fishable then why not turn your attention to fly fishing for some of the coarse fish species, such as pike, carp, perch, chub and barbel.
- There are so many great places to fish for pike and coarse fish in this area, so why not try some of the small lakes and ponds round Newry.
- It has also produced most species of coarse fish with an interesting sprinkling of sea and game species.
- Tench are one of the few species of coarse fish which can be sexed accurately at any time of the year.
- It is also known that the lake holds a very large population of coarse fish including roach.
- As with all coarse fish, grass carp begin feeding upon invertebrates before moving on to a wider diet including soft plants.
- Barbel spawn between May and July, although unlike many species of coarse fish they can in exceptional years spawn more than once.
- Most species of coarse fish can feed on a whole variety of different kinds of food.
- In huge areas of the coastal Baltic you can catch traditional coarse fish - perch, roach, bream, carp and, above all, pike.
- Because coarse fish are all fairly closely related, its fair to assume that many chemicals cause the stimulation of a number of species, even if it is to differing degrees.
- Apart from their large size, which sets them apart from all other coarse fish, carp are rarely mistaken for any other species of fish in the UK.
- For coarse fish this means no fishing from the 15th March to the 15th June inclusive of these dates.
- Dace are one of the shorter lived coarse fish.
- Like so many coarse fish, gudgeon are only naturally found in the South of England, but have been introduced to Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
- Chub are probably the best adapted of our coarse fish for using cover, as any angler will tell you.
- I was pleased and thought that my dad had found a lake or river where we could fish for coarse fish.
- Eels are amongst the most widespread of all coarse fish.
- In late spring, when the herring disappear from the shallows, and head off to sea, the pike have to satisfy their appetites with the vast shoals of the resident coarse fish.
- For the return of the salmon in most Yorkshire rivers comes at the expense of coarse fish.
- And anglers return coarse fish, unharmed, to the water.
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