Massive Danish sea trout. 7,75 kgs - 77 cm.

Stevns - Denmark


Submitted by: Martin

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From: jbr  Link
Submitted July 6th 2007

Is this a "photoshopfish" :-) The mouth/ eye relationship as well as the tail area say sea run trout but the very few spots at the body as well as at the gills say salmon.

Maybe, a hybrid, or more likely a salmon escaped from a coastal fish farm.

From: Igmar van Duinen · schefferduinen·at·  Link
Submitted June 18th 2007

I had some discussion with my father over this fish. But if you say this is a 100% seatrout, i'll gladly believe that. I was confused by the enormous belly of this beatiful fish. But again Martin, well done. I'll have to make some more hours on the coast for such a fish of a lifetime. Nice to see how they really look, when you do not lose them :-) Hope to see more of those fish!!

From: Martin · martin·at·  Link
Submitted June 17th 2007

Hi igmar,

The fish is surely a sea trout - no doubt in my mind...


From: Igmar · Cnliyd·at·  Link
Submitted June 15th 2007

That's a really nice one! But it looks like a baltic salmon to me, though. Ans Yes I am jealous, lol :)

From: Jan-Ole Willers · olewillers·at·  Link
Submitted June 12th 2007

F...... hell. Usually I do not tend to being jealous - things seem to change... Congratulations to this real first class seatrout!


From: Ruan Hinze · ruanhinze·at·  Link
Submitted June 12th 2007

wow, what a monster ! well done !

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