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Steve Briggs brings us his usual round-up of what’s been oc­cur­ring big carp-wise across the con­ti­nent over the last month

One of the high­lights of this job is re­ceiv­ing re­ports from the less well-known carp­ing coun­tries and Den­mark is cer­tainly amongst those! We’ve had a few cap­tures come in from Den­mark over the last year and while it may not hold the mon­sters that some other coun­tries do, it is of just as much in­ter­est to hear about them. The lat­est news, how­ever, is that the na­tional record has been beaten, with the first Dan­ish carp to break the 20kg bar­rier. The com­mon carp weighed 20.8kg (45lb 13oz) and was landed by Flem­ming Kast­b­jerg Rot­ten­berg from Kold­ing, in his home coun­try of Den­mark and it was caught on the ever-re­li­able Nash Scopex Squid boilies.

Den­mark’s new, na­tional record


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