Never caught a Zander and never caught a Grass Carp.
Lamprey should not really be on the list although I have caught three the two bigger ones were both foul hooked one in the river Tweed and one in the Welsh dee and the most recent was a small one attached to a Whiting in the mersey tidal section.
They have no mouth as such just a circle of teeth and muscle were they rasp through the skin of their prey to suck their blood.
The bigger sea Lampreys spawn in our club stretch of the Dee and turn up to clear an area to spawn then when they finish most of them die just like Salmon.
I've caught a fish not on that list - weighed in 2 lb of Bitterling on the Weaver. Also tiger trout and brook trout.
I've also seen a silver tench - at Anglers Paradise many years ago. Ziggy showed me one , but it died that Winter.
Never caught burbot, sturgeon, lamphrey, salmon. But had ide over 5 lb in Sweden, and zander in Canada - Kevin Ashurst, Martin Founds and I caught them in the river and the indians cooked them over a fire. That was our lunch!
Presumed to have been extinct since the 1970s, two recent sightings have sparked hopes that burbot could still be clinging to survival. The last living specimen of the distinctive species was captured from Cambridgeshire’s River Cam in 1969, and since then none has been seen in the wild…until now.