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I remember a previous posting of Bass that came out of Theewaters with very bad ulcers on them. We noticed 2 Largemouth Bass on the weekend with similar sores on them out of Kwaggas. Has anyone else noticed anything?
Regards Robert Jacobs
Jis navrik, het laasweek n paar largies in clan gevang met seerplekke, die smallies is almal gesond?
Die tyd van die jaar vrek die blue gill mos so met swamme,dalk raak dit nou die bass ook?
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Wonder net of die seer plekke die hook-and-cook brigage afsit van largies eet?

Sal moet begin uitkyk vir mense met sere op hulle lywe... :blue-confused:
Regards Robert Jacobs
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Thanks Smiley. Very informative article indeed.

If anyone needs a sample of the fish for research purposes we kept one that turned very quickly after being caught.

Please PM me so I can get the fish to you.
Regards Robert Jacobs
i have contacted the state vet at elsenburg.its Africa and these guys seem to be on freaking soon as they reply i will chat to them and find out if they can get permit to get some fish from kwaggas and clan.hope its not eus.

eus is very bad and it could knock the western cape bass population right down.

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