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    Tategoi Dan Blatt's Avatar
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    Some additional photos of the kohaku

    Some additional shots taken today of the Yagenjii kohaku....measured at just 14 inches and male. Some close ups for a little better look.
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    Wow, the shiroji looks great. The sashi looks nice and even.

    What's that bump on the left pec? You can see it pretty clearly in three photos.

    -Dan

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    Dan you got to do what I do.

    If the koi is really good, find as many bad things about it. It's one thing that all of us do and convince ourselfs that we like something and in the end not liking it. With this Kohak there isn't many things wrong with it, besides it being male and the first 2 pattern isn't center....if you could live with those 2 things then it is a alright buy.
    The world sleeps as the chance to learn something new passes.

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    Dan....a spot of carp pox, northwest crud...whatever you want to call it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Blatt
    Dan....a spot of carp pox, northwest crud...whatever you want to call it.
    Ehhh, That happens.

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    Sorry, Dan. The left pectoral does not look like something that will go away.

    ....but there will be another bare shoulder in time.

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    Nice............

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