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This one gives wrong Idea should be with girth also not only length


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This one gives wrong Idea should be with girth also not only length
Perhaps for accuracy but measuring the girth is difficult and not good for the fish. Actually the girth included 'schemes' I have seen really give girth a major factor in the calculation meaning a tiny increase (or inaccuracy) can give wild results!

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