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After discussing the importance of choosing the right fishing rod and bait for summer angling; now we will focus on the selection of fishing line and Summer fish restore their energy and physical strength from after long time hibernation in winter and spring. They will swim fast and have a large force. Generally speaking, its strength is up to 4-5 times of the fish body weight. Thus summer fishing line shall be thicker than that of spring. 3 fishing line is Specific number shall be varied with the fishing specifies. 3 fishing line with the lead line one number smaller than the main line. 4 line shall be preferred.

Based on the living water level, fish can basically be divided into bottom level fish, middle level fish and upper level fish. Crucian and carp belong to bottom fish type. Chub, bighead carp and grass carp belong to the upper layer fish. Some other small fishes such as white fish, hooksnout carp are in the classification of middle level fish. The selection of fishing float is closed related to the fish type. Carp fish is suitable for bottom fishing type. Some fish will change swimming water. In a pond where there are lots of fish, some of the fish may float to breath and look for food. Under such occasion, the fishing bobber shall be changed accordingly.

Warming seas will push traditional fish favourites off the British menu, a study suggests. Fish such as haddock, plaice and lemon sole will decline as the North Sea warms by a predicted 1.8 degrees over 50 years, say scientists. But other species such as John Dory and red mullet will shift their range into UK waters, according to modelling work. Consumers wishing to eat locally-caught fish will need to change their diet, say University of Exeter researchers. The classic fish and chips enjoyed by previous generations could be replaced by the likes of sardines and squid, according to a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change.

The research combined long-term data on popular North Sea fish, including haddock, hake, lemon sole, plaice and dab, with climate model projections from the Met Office for the next 50 years. As seas warm, some species will be able to move north and adapt, but others, such as many types of flat fish, will be unable to cope with deeper, rocky waters, scientists predict. This will change what fishing boats catch in the North Sea - with the likes of cod and haddock moving further North beyond UK waters and other species declining, said marine biologist at Exeter University, Stephen Dr Simpson, a researcher on the study, told BBC News. But he said it was "not all doom and gloom" as warmer water fish were likely to take the place of flat fish. John Dory, red mullet, gurnard, sardines, anchovies, cuttlefish and squid would all become more common in the North Sea, he said. Dr Peter Richardson of the Marine Conservation Society said the study confirmed "that we have to be much smarter and more precautionary in the way we manage our fish stocks". Follow Helen on Twitter.

The UK and France have failed to agree a deal to end a dispute over scallop fishing in the English Channel. Crews clashed in the waters last month over laws that allow British boats to gather scallops year-round, but places restrictions on French vessels. The two sides had agreed on the principles of a deal earlier this week, but were unable to finalise it during negotiations on Friday. A government spokeswoman said discussions were Further talks have been proposed for Tuesday, but the meeting has not yet been confirmed. Scallop wars: Could Brexit calm troubled waters? Reality Check: What are the rules on scallops?

Tensions rose over scallop fishing in the Baie de Seine in August when 35 French boats confronted five British craft off the coast of northern France, with reports of stones and smoke bombs being hurled at UK fishing crews. The row stems from laws that allow British boats to legally forage in the area all year round, but French law bans their crews from the area between 15 May and 1 October to conserve stocks. There is an industry-wide agreement that British vessels larger than 15m are not allowed in the area, but smaller boats could still forage. Media captionFrench and British fishing fleets have come to blows over when they can catch scallops As a result, French crews have accused the British of depleting shellfish stocks. At a meeting in London this week, it was agreed that smaller UK vessels would not fish in the area during the period that French laws prevented their counterparts from doing the same. But British crews said they would only agree to this if they would not lose out financially and were compensated. A meeting in Paris on Friday saw the deal fall through. Mike Park, chief executive of the Scottish White Fish Producers Association, told the BBC that both sides tried hard to bridge the gap at the meeting but there was a "significant way to go".

John Harvey, 42, landed the enormous Siamese carp after a knee-trembling 80 minute battle to reel it in at a lake in Thailand. British-born John from Westleigh, near Bideford, Devon, couldn't believe his eyes when the monster broke the surface of the water. John Harvey, (centre) 42, landed the enormous Siamese carp after a knee-trembling 80 minute battle to reel it in at a lake in Thailand. The colossal carp had to be weighed using scales on a robust stainless steel tripod. And John needed help from two other anglers, Dan Hastings and Lagoon guide, Nanwam, to lift the huge specimen to pose for a picture with it at the Palm Tree Lagoon at Chedi Hak in southern Thailand.

I don't feel gil-ty! Share 10k shares John, a property investor, celebrated by buying all the anglers on the lake a beer. The Briton, who has been fishing since he was three-years-old, said: 'As soon as it took the bait I knew it was going to be a big fish. It wasn't fighting against me too hard, it was the weight of the carp that was the real challenge'. John, who has been fishing since he was three-years-old, said: 'As soon as it took the bait I knew it was going to be a big fish. After 80 minutes I finally brought it to the bank, and I couldn't believe my eyes' he said. It was absolutely enormous, the pictures do not do it justice at all. When we put it on the scales I couldn't believe the weight of it'.

After he reeled it in the fishery owners reset his rods in order to let him carry on, but after an excruciating work out he deiced to have a break and by everyone a beer instead. Being a world record holder is the only claim to fame I'll ever have - I've been showing everyone the pictures of the fish since I caught it' he continued. John has lived in Pattaya, Thailand, with his girlfriend Jenny Jaikumkao, 33, for the past 14 years. Siamese carp are the biggest species of carp in the world and they are found naturally in river basins in Asia.

A metre-long fish that escaped from an aquatic centre during recent flooding has been found. The sturgeon, named Steve, swam out of World of Water in Romsey, Hampshire when it was inundated by flood water in early February. But now staff at a car wash a mile from the centre have discovered him in a deep puddle. A larger koi carp fish named Chadwick escaped at the same time but, despite sightings, has not yet been retrieved. The seven-year-old fish was used as part of the shop's displays, but Mr Bradbury said similar fish would retail for up to £1,000. The centre has now re-opened after being closed for three weeks because of the floods. Tory leader voters 'issued two ballots' Some Conservative members received more than one paper to vote for the next PM, the BBC learns. Video Are robots ready to replace us? Can Idris Elba turn an album into a play? Which would-be prime minister wears unusual socks? What can we expect from Archie's christening? Is the American strip club dying out? Copyright © 2019 BBC. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking.

Is a common carp a mammal? Common carp where did they come from? Whats the biggest carp? When was The Carp - opera - created? When was Carp River Forge created? What is the biggest carp caught in the US? A common carp caught by andrew. What does F1 carp mean? It's a species of A F1 is a cross between a Crucian Carp and a Common Carp. What is Koi Carp Classification? Developed from the common carp, Cyprinus Carpio. An ornamental fish that will revert to wild carp state after a few generations in the wild. Why were carp introduced?

What is the name of all the fish in the Carp family? The carp we commonly refer to when using that name are the common carp, the grass carp, the bighead carp, the silver carp and the Crucian Certainly there are other fish is this very large family. You may recognize koi as carp, and there are many other members of this group of A full list of them would number in three digits. Is common carp an amphibian? No, it is not. Carp is a Amphibians are water-dwelling creatures that can also survive out of the water, such as frogs, newts and toads.

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