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    Quote Originally Posted by dtayl13 View Post
    Could be baby yellows. Both sawfins and clanwilliam yellows have spots on them when they are small so I don't see why smallmouth yellows shouldn't.
    Because smallmouth yellows don't live in high mountains

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhumpy View Post
    Because smallmouth yellows don't live in high mountains
    I get so mad when ff refer to trout as troot, but here goes, troot do.!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Largie Whisperer View Post
    So that's how you catch your Largies G, live bait ;-)
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    Hehe saw a few more species drifting down today, all munched to pieces!
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    Quote Originally Posted by redhumpy View Post
    Because smallmouth yellows don't live in high mountains
    Agreed, they don't live in mountains, but there are plenty to be found in the rivers in high mountains.
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    Here is another one; I thought it was a slam dunk Banded Tilapia but after further investigation I reckon it could've been a male Southernmouth Brooder. Any takers?

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    Last edited by Gerrit Viljoen; 26-10-12 at 08:57 AM.
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    looks like a Cape Kurper that was left outside to become a bokkom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Largie Whisperer View Post
    Here is another one; I thought it was a slam dunk Banded Tilapia but after further investigation I reckon it could've been a male Southernmouth Brooder. Any takers?

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    Dalk was die kol op die gil net missing soos met miljoene ander "Three"spot barbs?
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    I don't know three spot barbs - I only had Math Lit. at school - any barb beyond 2 is impossible for me to ID.

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