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A nice fish caught on my home-made flyreel, just a perfect day.!
(4.7) with 3 votes.
This is a very nice fishing pond, with a beautifull scenery and is located in the middle of the so called dutch polderlandscape.It is a hidden paradise and filled with tench and pike.
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