Caught it on a Rapala lure in a canal.
This is an interesting fish. It belongs to the carp family, except that it feeds in top water from small baitfish. It's quite a powerful fighter. It seem to only exists in European waters.
At the first stage of life it's still a plant eater and then later it changes into a carnivore.
The meat is actually not too bad, but like a carp it has countless of bones.
I turned it into fish cakes, but it's lot of work. I guess that's why it's not really targeted as a food fish. Still an awesome fish to catch on light gear. I imagine it would be a perfect candidate for fly fishing.