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    As Bern is probably still in bed because he is old and retired :twisted: here's a pic, 9 months old today and about 30cm.


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    I may be old but I'm not senile.

    That's not the one!

    rgds BERN

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    I have a suspicion that Mark is having a laugh here. But, if he is serious it is understandable as I was giving this fish a lot of attention.

    The photo doesn't do the fish justice. THat second hiban has a depth to it and is far from finished. It's a fish with something to do and if I had some experience with this breeder in my pond I might have bought it.

    As it was, the fish I 'thought i'd bought' is a much safer bet for my first experiment with Momotaro.

    My rationale being that 'if I can't keep a good fish good, what chance have I of developing one with potential'.

    PS - the reason for this confusion is that I left the fish with Mark, as the temperatures between our two ponds are too big for a transfer at this time of year.

    rgds BERN
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    Bloody Koi dealers, always pulling a scam, knew all along that was the wrong one but gave me chance to post 2 pics instead of one :wink: :wink: :wink:


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    Good trick and good pick but lousy photo.
    You haven't got her best side. The sashi on the other side is her best feature.

    rgds BERN

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    Must be a female, i kept asking her to show her other side but she stubbornly refused!!!

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    After seeing the dvd, I bought a momotaro kohaku last month. I think this was one of the last koi shipment from Japan after the KHV outbreak. Born on may 30 2003 (from the certificate) and 34 cm on December 18 2003. What do you all think?

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    ANDREW,very well put.It was basically what I was trying to say....


    8) Col

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    im a recent subscriber to this magazine and have received the dvd today so will be watching later on and fromwhat has been said carnt wait to watch and report back on how i found it.

    paul

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