These come to rivers every year from the sea, and inhabit sandy bottom rivers or stony bottom rivers, they
have a clamp to suck on dead fish, almost like a leech.
these are extremely annoying to catch if you have not realised you have got one. They can grow up to 23lb
and they live in lowland rivers , and are caught and made into an european delecacy eel soup
These fish are one of the most popular fish of our rivers, they are migratory and can come from the Atlantic
pulled by the earths magnetic feild back to our rivers again, the river tyne has seen an increase of numbers, seeing as its
a heavily polluted river, Keilder water realeses salmon part of a hatching programme, you can see salmon jumping up the wear
at hexham at november time
Another member of the salmanoids, these are much harder to catch compared to the brother Rainbow Trout,
they come in array of colours ranging from blues to yellows and most commonly brown, The river tweed is famous for the amount
of wild brown trout which are resident.
Similar to the brown trout, these fish are stocked and farmed, these originated in canada and were imported
as eggs in the 1880's. These fish are easier to catch as there are more, spinners work well with the rainbow trout and
they accelrate from 0-30 mph in a second, this is why rainbow trout are such a good game fish.
These fish are most common in scotland as they normaly come from the artic. The lake distric has had a rise
in char found in Hawes Water.
These fish are extremely rare, and i extinct in many lakes due to pollution in water, there are only 2 lake
known to have a decent popullation of vendace in the water.
These are just like herring, but known as the 'cheap mans herring '. these were stocked in scotland like
herring but were sold for less they can still be found in cumbrian lakes
MORE SPECIES COMING SOON SUCH AS....
And More Sea Fish