List of Freshwater and Saltwater Species
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Author:  rocky_moin [ Wed Dec 10, 2014 4:37 am ]
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Hello Anglers

I am making a report on promoting "Angling as a sport" and need this information.

Can someone provide me a list of fish species that are mostly targeted in Fresh water and Salt water species most commonly fished in Bay of bengal sea ??
For the freshwater I can name some : Common Carp,Mrigal,Rohu,Katla,Murrel, Eel,Catfish/Goonch,Mahaseer,Wallago.
Please let me know if I missed any freshwater here...

For Salt water in the Bay of Bengal : Barramundi/Pandu gappa,barracuda,Mackerel (king), ribbon fish, GTs,Sting rays, Sharks..
Please let me know if I missed any saltwater most targeted species here..
Of course I cannot list all the names of the fish found in the ocean/sea but the ones that are mostly targeted..

Appreciate your help and guidance..


Author:  pradeepSWAIN [ Sun Dec 14, 2014 9:23 pm ]
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Hi Rocky,
how are you? I have something in my mind and I think you are the real person who can describe. Can you tell the fish species of western waters similar to our species :roll: :?:

Author:  rocky_moin [ Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:36 am ]
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Hi Pradeep

All is well at my end..Thank you..
The fish that i noted (fresh water species common) is the Common carp,Grass Carp (slightly similar to rohu), Snake heads/Murrels (found in some parts of Florida,maryland), Eels,Trout, Cat fish .. Same methods to catch them regardless wherever these fish exist..

I did fish a lot in India..So I can surely tell you if i know of anything..

Author:  pradeepSWAIN [ Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:24 pm ]
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Hi Rocky,
thanks for your reply :lol: . Rocky, I read that Rapala Original Floater, Silver/Gold color, 7 cm size and Rapala Jointed Minnow, 7cm, silver color is the best lure for winter. Is this true? If yes then which one and size I should buy....?

Another thing is I have never seen braid line. Is that like silk thread?



Author:  h_venkatesan [ Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:49 pm ]
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Braid line is not silk thread, it is made from synthetic fibers.
Braided line is formed by weaving high density polyethylene fibers (either dyneema or spectra).

Author:  pradeepSWAIN [ Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:51 pm ]
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Hi Venkatesan,
actually I have purchased a coil feeder. The cork and hook attached with a thread is very soft and like silk. When I asked about the material, someone said that it is a braid line. I thought that perhaps the Braid line is very soft and looks like silk..... :D

Is that like Mono :?:



Author:  h_venkatesan [ Mon Dec 22, 2014 10:37 am ]
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yep, it resembles a silk thread...

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