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Large orange fish on whitney #13924117 03/16/21 12:01 AM
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Today I was walking down the rocky hillside to the water and could see a very large orange fish in the water. I was at Mccowen Valley on Lake whitney. I can only assume it was a koi fish. It was between 15 and 20 " long. I spooked it when I got close. Crazy fishing times.

Re: Large orange fish on whitney [Re: Darn Learner] #13924334 03/16/21 03:06 AM
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Neat! If you see her again pinch some bread lightly onto a small J-hook. No weight. Cast it about 10ft in front of her and watch for those lips. Set the hook and hold on! fish


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Re: Large orange fish on whitney [Re: Darn Learner] #13924359 03/16/21 03:27 AM
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If it was bright orange, it was probably a koi or goldfish. There are lots of carp in Lake Whitney and I have had anglers describe them as orange.

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