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cinisimon
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cinisimon
   Old Thread  #17 15 Nov 2023 at 9.12pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #16
If we stayed both on the bank it's almost impossible for the hook to get hold on the fish mouth, but you must think that at one point we were at the opposite side of the carp, I think this could be the moment when the hook is slide down the line.

I think that's a bit odd for a carp to continue to feed when swim fast after get hooked and towing a boat but who knows, everything could be possible.

My mate didn't take the pictures because he didn't feel that as his, if the situation was reversed I'd done the same.
kells
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kells
   Old Thread  #16 15 Nov 2023 at 9.12am    Login    Register
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Picking up your other or someone else's line while playing a fish it happens. The hook on the other rod then finding it's way into the other fishes mouth and taking hold, got to be a million one shot that surely. I'm more inclined to believe that fish has carried on feeding while hooked. They are after all very simple creatures..

Who had the pictures...
framey
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framey
   Old Thread  #15 14 Nov 2023 at 8.01pm    Login    Register
A couple of time I can remember
If you mean 2 on at once
If you mean 1 fish on 2 rods then never lol
cinisimon
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cinisimon
   Old Thread  #14 14 Nov 2023 at 7.58pm    Login    Register
Years ago happened to me and a mate.

We were fishing a really big water (very big indeed, I must say an inland sea) and after dinner we were watching the dark expanse of water in front of us chatting about when I had a steady take, grab the rod and go out in the boat toward the fish. When I was not far away from the bank I heard one of the alarm of my mate screaming. We had only one boat and he played his carp from the bank. At one point when the fish was due to be netted on the surface and after a few attempt to get closer to the carp I realize that there were something that pull it far from me and it could be only the line of my mate, so I told him to loose the drag and I netted the carp.
The carp got both the hook in to bottom lip.
We got to the conclusion that the carp during the fight swam under the other line and hooked it, and during the fight slipped down to the mouth and get hooked in it.
We thought that was almost impossible that a hooked carp during the first run could've thought to eat another bait, but who knows?
essesxandy
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essesxandy
   Old Thread  #13 14 Nov 2023 at 4.23pm    Login    Register
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Very different but I have an antique stuffed pike that was caught from the Dorset Stour. Two brothers were fishing together and the pike picked up both their baits. Both played the fish until it shed one set of hooks.
kells
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kells
   Old Thread  #12 14 Nov 2023 at 7.47am    Login    Register
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He was fishing a small river. Not two baits on spot commercial type water fishing.

Can't get me head round the fact the fish picked up his hookbait, hooked itself. And the next thing on its mind was feeding again. The River was small. But that fish must of travelled a good few feet to feed again while hooked...
Gooner45
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Gooner45
   Old Thread  #11 13 Nov 2023 at 10.31pm    Login    Register
Never had it coarse fishing but sea fishing from a boat had a thornie that had both mine and my mates baits both fairly hooked in it its mouth and also saw a smoothy hooked in the mouth by 2 different anglers
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #10 13 Nov 2023 at 4.39pm    Login    Register
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Not two takes at the same time. Even I have had one of those..
Never heard of one myself. Those hookbaits must have been close together, wonder if the fish has some sort of nerve damage so didn't feel it...or maybe it's just wellard
kells
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kells
   Old Thread  #9 13 Nov 2023 at 4.34pm    Login    Register
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Sorry.. Maybe my post didn't explain it to well..

Carl in his Vid landed a fish with both his baited Rods hooks in the one fishes mouth.. Two hooks in the one mouth basically

Not two takes at the same time. Even I have had one of those..
spodrod
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spodrod
   Old Thread  #8 13 Nov 2023 at 2.34pm    Login    Register
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nice pics
oldgeezer
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oldgeezer
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   Old Thread  #7 13 Nov 2023 at 12.54pm  4  Login    Register
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loads of times with Carp and Barbel
60s my first double hook up moor-lane width500>
then
70s another double hook up 2 linear mirrors
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AideyKaye
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   Old Thread  #6 13 Nov 2023 at 12.38pm    Login    Register
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Only once, but not quite at the same level (if not higher). When I was a teen I got a cut off from a notorious spot in a council estate where there was a 2ft high pile of bricks under the water. Re-cast, and within the hour I re-hooked the Tench I had previously lost.

One in a million chance.
Mattsaunders
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Mattsaunders
   Old Thread  #5 13 Nov 2023 at 12.30pm    Login    Register
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Last week in France i had a triple take it was carnage 🤯🤯
hase_at
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   Old Thread  #4 13 Nov 2023 at 12.05pm    Login    Register
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Yes, I had this actually happen to me and my friend when we were both around 12 years old and fishing in a lake for carp (both with one rod) with bread and sweetcorn. You can imagine the look on our faces when we saw that the carp (approx. 3 kg) had taken both our hookbaits .
MiniWelsh
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MiniWelsh
   Old Thread  #3 13 Nov 2023 at 11.13am    Login    Register
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Do you mean that 1 fish was hooked twice? If so, I've never heard of that happening either. If it's a case of a take on multiple rods at the same time, then yes happened quite a few times and pleased to say got a good percentage of both fish being landed
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