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  1. administradores foro en español y temas en español

    Hi @somoza - thank you for your suggestion. So as you wrote before we set up new Espanol forum Hope you're will write more posts thanks to that.
  2. Ban Na Czacie

    Dzieki za informacje, przyjrzymy sie temu userowi.
  3. Startujemy

    Widze, ze ten watek stal sie miejscem, w ktorym nowi uzytkownicy witaja sie z innmi. Proponuje zalozyc nowy watek tylko do przywitan Przywitania znajdziecie tutaj https://lets-fish.com/community/forums/topic/58-przywitania/
  4. Przywitania

    Watek ten będzie służył do przywitań nowych użytkowników forum. Zacznę od siebie. Czesc z tej strony Wojtek. W TSG jestem odpowiedzialny za odpalenie i uruchomienie forum oraz wiki. Zachęcam innych do przywitań Możecie przy okazji pochwalić się jak długo gracie w gre oraz jakie są wasze największe osiągnięcia z gry Pozdrawiam
  5. Startujemy

    Starajmy sie o to by to miejsce bylo jak najlepsze, nie obrazajmy sie i nie bawmy sie w pyskowki. Proponuje przywitania przeniesc do nowego dzialu.
  6. Fishing Club Error

    Hi I talk with development team and they have told me that this issue you mentioned will be fixed at the beginning of next year on january or february.
  7. Startujemy

    Co do moderacji to jak najbardziej bedziemy wykorzystywac to narzedzie. Chcemy zbudowac spolecznosc a z hejtem w postach zaczniemy sobie radzic najpierw ostrzezeniami a pozniej banami Na razie jest okres przejsciowy. Nie chcemy naduzywac tych narzedzi jezeli nie ma wprost takiej potrzeby. Ale sa w zanadrzu i nie zawahamy sie go uzyc
  8. Startujemy

    Myślę, że powstanie tego forum może mieć wpływ na grę ale w dluższym okresie. Dewelopment gry wcale nie jest prosta sprawa. Nad Let's Fish pracuje cały sztab ludzi, liste zadań mają wypełnioną po sufit. Ale lubią swoją pracę. Na pewno ważne śa głosy co do miodności gry. @Pan x - zachowujmy sie proszę i stosujmy język bez wyzwisk i teroii spiskowej.
  9. Ban Na Czacie

    A czy mógłbyś bardziej szczegółowo opisac sytuacje, w której dostałeś bana?
  10. Silver bream

    This fish is often confused with bream. It inhabits European waters in northern Alpes, the Pyrenees and southern Balkan Peninsula, in the East it inhabits Pechora River, and in the north it inhabits south-east England and southern part of Scandinavian Peninsula. Silver bream may be found in rivers, lakes, ponds, pools, and old river beds. It reaches a maximum length up to 36 cm, optimally 30 cm, and a weight of approximately 0.5 kg to 1 kg. Protruded, laterally compressed trunk is lightly rounded and covered with huge scales. Its dorsal part is grey and green, and its sides become gloomy and silverish. Whitish belly is often supplemented with pinkish shade, and grey fins are supplemented with orange and reddish shades. The colour of pectoral and pelvic fins make the difference between bream (dark grey) and silver bream. Silver bream is easy to be captured. Usually it feeds in habitats in the period between July and September. The most useful bait for this fish is red worm.
  11. Rudd

    This beautifully coloured fish reaches a maximum length up to 40 cm and weighs averagely 1 kg. It inhabits nearly all European waters. It is absent only to the Iberian Peninsula, northern Scandinavian Peninsula, Scotland, and the Crimea. The largest habitats of rudd may be found in lowlands’ slow-flowing rivers and lakes with muddy bottom. It runs close to the surface in warm bays. Rudd’s trunk is laterally compressed and its tiny mouth is turned obliquely upwards. Characteristic keel, covered with scales, is located between its anal fin and pectoral fins. Dorsal fin is visibly shifted towards anal fin. It's dorsal part is blue and green, and its sliverish and white sides gloom with golden shade. Dorsal and pectoral fins are red and grey while remaining part of its breast is bright red. The most convenient season for capturing rudd is May, preferably during sunny days. Rudd is sometimes called Scardinius erythropthalmus.
  12. Chub

    Chub is a fish that weight fluctuates between 2 and 3 2-3 kg, and its length fluctuates between 30 and 50 cm. In Europe it inhabits rivers, but it can be found also in lakes, sea bays, and dam reservoirs. It is absent to Portugal, Iceland, Ireland, northern Scotland and islands of the Mediterranean Sea, the Volga river basin, the Ural River, the Tigris River and the Euphrates. Chub is unaffected by distinct temperature fluctuations. Its trunk is compressed and covered with black-edged scales. This feature allows it to be differentiated from the other species, e.g. dace; a wide mouth is its characteristic feature also. Chub’s back may be grey and brown with light shade of green. Its sides are silverish, and its belly is typically white. Grey and green tail and dorsal fins along with pelvic and anal fins are attributes of chub. This fish is not usually angled on account of the taste; however it is rather brave fish and it makes chub to be considered as one of the biggest hunting trophy.
  13. Perch

    It is distributed in flowing and stagnant as well as in slightly saline inshore waters. It inhabits all waters in Europe except Scotland, western Scandinavian Peninsula, Iberian Peninsula, western Balkan Peninsula, and also central and southern Italy. It reaches a maximum length up to 60 cm, and a weight of up to 4 kg. Its high, compressed body is covered with tiny, firmly settled scales. Gill coverings are ended with very sharp spines. Perch features frontal wide mouth; and its jaw edge extends to its margin of eye. Its colour changes as per the location shift. Usually, on its dorsal part up to 9 dark rays are visible, while its belly may become yellow or white. Characteristic dark spot at a rear part of the first dorsal fin makes perch distinguished from amongst other species. Considering the fact hat this fish in non-protected, its population has decreased recently. Spin fishing, hook ice fishing, as well as live or dead bait fishing are used for capturing perch.
  14. Crycian-carp

    This fish, inhabiting European waters, reaches a maximum length up to 50 cm and a weight of approximately 1-2 kg. It is naturally absent only to the Arctic Ocean, western Iberian Peninsula, northern Scotland, Ireland, western Balkan Peninsula as well as southern and central Italy. It may be also found in Siberian rivers’ basins. In Europe it occurs in all stagnant and flowing waters rich in vegetation. Crucian carp features excessively protruded trunk which is short and covered with amazing huge scales. Excessively long dorsal fin features convex edge and round last ray. Small mouth and tiny head are characteristic for this fish. Its colouration make it distinctive amongst other species with dark brown and greenish - clearly glooming – back, white or yellow belly and lightly red fins. Crucian carps shall be angled early in the morning throughout May to September.
  15. Eel

    This exceptionally distinctive fish is 100-150 cm long and weighs up to 0.35 kg. Females are happening to be bigger and heavier than males. These achieve even up to 200 cm and weigh up to 9 kg. In Europe, eel inhabits central and western rivers and lakes, all European seas, central as well as southern and eastern basins of the Atlantic Ocean. Eels are benthic, and may be found under stones or buried in the mud of seas or rivers. It is a catadromous species running from fresh to saline waters. Eel’s body is excessively elongated as it resembles the shape of a snake. Its skin is covered with extremely thick layer of slime and its tiny scales are firmly embedded in its skin. Eel’s mouth contains line of well-built teeth. Its gill opening is located at the base of pectoral fins. It does not have pelvic fins. Eels are dark, sometimes even totally black, with grey or light yellow and white bellies. Considering its gustatory advantages, eels are popular; however this species is to become extinct.