It’s a Scardinius erythrophthalmus, goes up to a kilo or so rarely, loves weedy slow moving or still water, eats bugs from the (sub)surface with gusto. The jászkeszeg (Leuciscus idus) is similar, but bigger, stronger, forms smaller shoals in rivers.
Thanks Peter. That makes it a Rudd!
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