true blue koi??

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    DebraLynn

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    Are there really true blue Koi ? I saw the link with two for sale. Of course both were sold when you attempt to put them in your cart. I have done a web search where I have not found anymore. So Is this a Joke since many koi books say there are no true blue in KOI'

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    I have seen many blue Koi at a large pond shop here. But "true blue" you mean with no other coloration? no probably not.
     
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    This is my Gracie when I got her. Not all blue, never seen an all blue Koi. Would be pretty tho.

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    This is her today, she has lost a lot of her blue. She is 5 years old now.

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    That is a beautiful Koi.
     
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    here is my blue koi that is no longer around due to a nasty cat.

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    I love the blue on them.
     
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