A fisherman broke a world record when he caught “giant salmon” in a North African river. RussiaAccording to the International Sport Fishing Federation (IGFA).
Little Konstantin Shcherovich Fishing 1 meter long sample Act Salmo Salar, also known as Atlantic salmon, in the Khokanta River in the Murmansk region.
But it wasn’t easy, and he had to fight the animal for over 20 minutes before he could get it out of the water to score. How is that A fan of sport fishing, the fish was returned after the measurement.
the organization Recognize the record only at the end of September, but the animal was suspended on July 11, during the summer in this rather cold region of the Arctic Circle.
This is already Sharpovich’s sixth international record Recognized by the IGFA. The Russians had already recorded other exploits on the Volga and the Seychelles.
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Atlantic salmon live in the North Atlantic and It migrates annually across the rivers of Europe – from Portugal and Spain – for breeding in the Barents Sea (in the Arctic).
In Russia, fish It is also found in the lakes of the Kola Peninsula. In Europe, it is very common in Norway, Sweden and Finland – but it is not more than 75 cm.