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    Default Seatrout from Stockholm

    Here's a couple of fish that have been taken by friends in the last week around Stockholm, i'm off for a cast on Sunday so here's hoping.... The fish weighed 4.8kg & 7.2Kg, the second fish was taken on a big bandit while jerk baiting for pike!!!

    John.




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    the 1st pic looks like a salmon to me

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    Cracking fish good luck on your wee trip
    first fish definately looks like a seatrout

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    The 1st pic looks like a salmon te me because of the tail and the kype is starting but cracking fish none the same
    A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work

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    Yup, it was a definate seatrout.
    John.

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    tail defo looks like a salmons,,but then again what do i know.nice fish mind.

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    Maybe its a hybrid ?
    A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work

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    Quote Originally Posted by razzer View Post
    tail defo looks like a salmons,,but then again what do i know.nice fish mind.
    looks like a salmon tail,but body shape &head apart fom kype something sea trooty about it can,t figure out what,anyway both fish beautys,were they caught in fresh or saltwater.

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    ...and where ees, ow you say, ze adipose feen? Zut alors! C'est une poisson bizarre non?

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    Hi again,
    There's no adipose fin as the fish authorities here have a big release program every year & every released fish is clipped, where this fish was taken is close to one of the release areas. The fish are released in the Baltic which is a mix of salt & fresh water, once they are released they are on their own, there are no holding areas or feeding programs it's basically "good luck & see you later"

    John.

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