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A total minger !
Here's a white river "pellet" pig where the constant dependable food supply is other fish, this one went about 40lbIsn't a pellet pig a fish that has been artificially reared in a fish farm, and then released for folk to catch it? It's not quite the same as a wild fish that has gorged itself on a constantly dependable food supply, though, physically, the outcome is much the same. But in principle, you could claim that a wild fish is a wild fish...
That fish is pretty ugly too.
I wouldn't say its ugly, it has a big gut made worse by the way its being held, good shaped tail and reasonable sized head. Its nothing like as ugly as the large Ferox trout caught in Corrib or some of the other west of Ireland loughs, those fish are definitely not pellet pigs just big mean predators.
Sorry Douglas.But this fish is in a cabin/tackle shop next to the canal/fishery.20lber's are common.it was sent to the taxidermist straight away,as a new record.Obviously been knocked on the head - I wonder what it would taste like -
Or maybe it's a taxidermy job.
I just wish that anglers would not take photos of fish in their houses - especially in a kitchen!
There must be some beautiful backdrops of countryside where it was captured.20