A Genuine Micro Fish

by Ted Naydan
(Charlton, NY)

The other morning I just caught the smallest fish I think I’ve ever caught so far. It’s a baby chub or dace, I can’t tell. Just over the size of a penny, I’m sure it would fit on a Japanize Yen coin. Caught on a Gamakatsu “ultimate” Tanago hook, that I completely removed the snell from and tied a Varivas 10X Tippet directly to the hook.

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Jun 24, 2018
1st place for you!
by: Terry Farmer

Congratulations! Great job.

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