The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

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The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

Postby Yellowstone7 » Thu Jul 03, 2014 6:16 pm

Hi Jyndrek, Wojtek, Savi and Everyone:

A while ago I built the Vimba Vimba for our members from Poland. From what I have read the Vimba Vimba is a popular game and food fish in Poland. Maybe Jyndrek, Wojtek or Savi can tell you more about them than I can. :P

Tonight I finally got around to finishing the fish files. Maybe just in time for some of Jyndrek and Wojtek's new outings? Here are some pictures of the New Vimba Vimba. Jyndrek's helpful list made it a cinch to decide on the maximum length of this pretty silvery fish. It was sized at 20 inches maximum. Just under the Polish record. :P

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I should have this fish file uploaded in the Development Forum very shortly. I hope our Polish members will have lot of fun using this one. :lol:

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Re: The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

Postby Jyndrek » Fri Jul 04, 2014 7:12 pm

Hi Stanley :P Hi Hi Everyone :P

As already repeatedly I was writing your minnows are real works of art and arouse my unceasing rapture :lol: . Shoal Bass , Mayan Ciclid and Vimba they look as if it a moment ago pulled out them from the water .

Yellowstone7 wrote:..................................................... sized at 20 inches maximum. Just under the Polish record. :P

Vimba the Polish - Certa - fish is enough prevalent in Europe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vimba_vimba . because living in the Baltic Sea off the coast of, and for spawning into rivers. fishing fishing is pretty challenging because this fish are very careful and after sensing the to hook immediately spits out hook bait .
Stanley thank you, this of beauty minnow will appear in my first outing and I will try that been also is difficult to catch it :lol:

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Re: The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

Postby Jyndrek » Fri Jul 04, 2014 7:15 pm

I'm sorry all

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Re: The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

Postby da3mon » Sat Jul 05, 2014 6:35 am

Hi Stanley Jyndrek and Everyone
A few words about vimba
Base form (Vimba vimba vimba) inhabits the watershed of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea (once ascending into the Vistula River population was very large). Creates four subspecies: Vimba vimba Bergi (lower gear Bohu), Vimba vimba carinata (Danube to the Kuban), Vimba vimba Persian (Caspian Sea, the lower course of the Volga), Vimba vimba tenella (river Crimea, Kuban,the western part of the country Zakaukaskiego). Cert of lake (Vimba elongata) occurs in lakes of southern Bavaria and Upper Austria. Vimba melanops lives in the northern tributaries of the Aegean

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Re: The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

Postby Yellowstone7 » Sat Jul 05, 2014 9:55 am

Hi Jyndrek, Wojtek and Everone:

Thanks for some great information on the Vimba Vimba. It is a unique and very pretty fish and has a mouth similar to the Whitefish that we find in the US. It is great that you gave us some interesting and detail information on the fish, as besides enjoying fishing outings from Exotic Rivers and Lakes in RWFF, we get to learn something about the fish that we catch too and this is a real bonus! :P

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Re: The Vimba Vimba...For Jyndrek, Wojtek and Savi!

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