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I have always used a spawning brush for breeding my fish. I get hundreds of eggs from mainly Carp, Golden Rudd, crucians etc. I usually measure the depth and attatch weights to the ends of the brush to leave just an inch or so breakibg the surface. The only drawback with brushes is that you may get a few cross breeds like Golden carp or Golden crucians, but mainly they look nice anyway. I still prefer the bush as its easy to use and once placed in the pond it can stay there till spawning is over or you can remove it to separate tub or tank for hatching, as the fish will eat most of the eggs, but some will always survive.
By Harry Layne , written on Monday 14th, April, 2014.