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  1. #1
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    Default yokanga 39 pound fish

    just back from the yokanga river on the russian kola peninsula and my first fish of the week was this 39 pounder on a sunray shadow.

    If anyone is thinking of going over, this is what you can expect.

    Since this fish was landed, i have heard that another two fish, one of 44 pounds and 38 pounds have been landed last week.




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    Cracking big beast that. well done

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    That's what I call a 'FISH'
    well done.
    Tight lines,
    25lbs

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    Thumbs up

    well done fish of a life time

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    WOW

    here is the report:
    http://www.yokangafishing.com/news.html

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    A cracking fish and it looks every bit of 39lb. Were you stripping the sunray, hitching it or just fishing it conventionaly? I have had 2 fish on the sunray now and they both hit it like an express train, a very exciting way to fish.

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    Jings crivens help ma boab. What a fish. well done m8

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    Default stripping the sunray

    Quote Originally Posted by wilbert View Post
    A cracking fish and it looks every bit of 39lb. Were you stripping the sunray, hitching it or just fishing it conventionaly? I have had 2 fish on the sunray now and they both hit it like an express train, a very exciting way to fish.
    yes i was stripping the sunray out of the fast white water. Just as the fly reached the the edge of the white water, thats when it took, just like a brown trout head and tail type of take. Lost another four fish the next day on the sunray, so some you win, some you dont, all great fun though.

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    Default cheers for the info.

    Quote Originally Posted by willtrevt View Post
    thanks for the link.

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    oh aye!!!!

    well done, thats a dream of a fish.

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