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Magnus Fagerström from Bergsjö on the east coast of Sweden may have made the catch of the year. 

While fly-fishing in the Ljungan river he felt a massive bite on the end of his line. He told local media that it felt like he’d hooked a small car.
What followed was a forty minute battle with the monster of the deep, ending up with the Swede holding a 127-centimetre salmon in his arms. 

damn
Magnus Fagerström from Bergsjö on the east coast of Sweden may have made the catch of the year. 
While fly-fishing in the Ljungan river he felt a massive bite on the end of his line. He told local media that it felt like he’d hooked a small car.

What followed was a forty minute battle with the monster of the deep, ending up with the Swede holding a 127-centimetre salmon in his arms. 

damn

floratil:

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Double hauling
And you thought caddis were the blue-collar flies…

What if a caddisfly had only gold and other precious stones or jewels to work with? Artist Hubert Duprat found out:

(via thisiscolossal.com

Alaskan Angler Catches Tuna as Pacific Heats Up

The last confirmed case of a skipjack being found in Alaska can be traced back to 1981. Yet that did not stop one fisherman from pulling a skipjack from the Copper River just last month, and it is not the only strange fish to visit Alaska recently.

Juvenile salmon and steelhead migrating to the ocean during this phase may find waters a little too warm for their liking, and scientists are bracing for poor survival rates this year and the next. 

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faptop:

WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD WHY IS MY SENSE OF HUMOR THIS TERRIBLE

theoccultowl:

Look at that porpoise.

Danny Frank hoists the brown trout of a lifetime from an unnamed Colorado river.

Photo by Marshal Miller

potluckgarbage:

Coyote with Cutthroat Trout

potluckgarbage:

Coyote with Cutthroat Trout

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