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Posted: May 30 2012, 01:59 AM
Group: Odd Group
Member No.: 43
Joined: 22-July 11
The fish in his tanks are small, mostly koi and goldfish. I would say none were over 3" or 4". I guess he was asuming it was a heron because it had been there in the morning and the attack happened that night.
Posted: May 30 2012, 06:40 AM
Big Fish Moderator
Member No.: 1
Joined: 20-April 09
Herons fish early (daybreak/breakfast) in the morning and late in the evening for the most part. Don't get me wrong, they will fish other times too and we see this all the time. I have never heard of a heron fishing during the night. I think that would be another critter all together (like Froggy said).
One of your critter cameras that your hubby set up would have been handy for figuring out exactly what happened.
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