Sharing video: Jumbo kois in the wild
  • pandaipandai April 2013
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    Guys,

    Just sharing what I stumbled upon in a river in Yokohama. A bunch of jumbo kois! I wish I can catch one and bring home, haha!

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    Post edited by pandai at 2013-04-18 12:26:56 pm
  • BthineshkumarBthineshkumar April 2013
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    Wah, looking gud :-D
  • Kelvin86Kelvin86 April 2013
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    A bunch of Chagoi! Hahahaha... Nice!!!
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  • pandaipandai April 2013
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    Yeah, chagois! I don't see anyone feeding them and I'm not even sure whether it's allowed or not but they do bulk up nicely... Better than those pampered ones in my pond back home! :-))
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  • ray2kray2k April 2013
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    I've seen 90+at the palace moats in tokyo and nagoya. Would love to tar pau
  • ChengAunChengAun April 2013
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    I think those are common carps, the ancestor and origin of the koi, basically koi's without the colour mutation, whereas chagois are actually koi bred to have the colour. :)
    Be updated in the world of koi. Jangankan seperti "Koi di bawah bottom drain"
  • Kelvin86Kelvin86 April 2013
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    Bro Pandai, if you look closely there are Brown Chagoi, Green Chagoi, Soragoi!!! Fuhh... Tak boleh tahan dah nie...!!! >.<
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  • smokersmoker April 2013
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    Wow... :-D
  • pandaipandai April 2013
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    CA, yes, I believe so. They look like the original non-mutated carp. They probably lack the shine and luster of our kois but they do have the body and length. And I'm sure much stronger antibody too!

    Bro Kelvin, ya la, feels like wanted to tapau home! :-))
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  • kwchankwchan April 2013
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    Thanks for sharing. I think it's more like kois in the 'town' than in the 'wild' :)
  • niveknivek April 2013
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    Magois?
  • pandaipandai April 2013
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    Bro @kwchan, ya lah, actually town fish. That bridge is one of the busiest bridge in the one of the busiest part of town, haha :-))

    Bro @nivek, colour wise closest to magoi but as commented earlier, these are probably the original carp... But anyway, next video let me go find nicer original local koi...
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  • pandaipandai May 2013
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    ...continuation from the video I uploaded last time...

    This week I happened to pass by the same bridge again. I was expecting to see the group of wild kois as usual but to my surprise - there was this nice and beautiful jumbo sanke among them!!! She's definitely not a wild koi and from what I can see, her quality was not bad at all. Now, who would release such a beauty into the public river???

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5ldDNk_x9bE&feature=plcp

    Maybe I should come with a net next time... :>
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  • smokersmoker May 2013
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    Wah, a jumbo sanke in the wild, chagois in the wild.
    Bro Pandai, i am wondering what you are waiting for... :-D
  • frostbitezfrostbitez May 2013
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    so...next video would about bro pandai jumping to the river try catch some kois?
  • BthineshkumarBthineshkumar May 2013
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    :-)) :-))

    I think Bro Pandai have to get the huge net soon ;-)
  • AnuarAnuar May 2013
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    Bro, next round look for shiro muji okay? This one no need net to catch.. ;-)

    And capture video in HD.. :-))
  • frostbitezfrostbitez May 2013
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    kuchibeni shiromuji? :-))

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