Croa­t­ian gi­ant for Pol­ish an­gler

Carpworld - - ECHOES -

Croa­tia is one of the main coun­tries in the world these days for pro­duc­ing very large carp and while Lake Sum­bar gets most of the head­lines it was an­other wa­ter this time that came up with the goods! Un­for­tu­nately, the cap­tor wasn’t will­ing to give the name of the venue away, but Pol­ish an­gler, Pa­tryk Lar, caught this huge com­mon carp weigh­ing 40.65 kg (89lb 10oz)! It is the sec­ond largest carp caught by a Pole abroad. The record be­longs to Marcin Miz­era, who in 2014 at Rain­bow Lake caught a carp weigh­ing 41.3 kg. How­ever, in 2012, Jaroslaw Dabrowski also caught a 40.01 kg com­mon carp from a Ger­man gravel pit.

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