Week 29, 17.07. - 24.07.2021 Even now the water level on the Orkla is at the minimum. Nevertheless, a lot of fresh salmon are coming.  The Fishing is very good. Light tackle and floating lines works perfect.  Andy, our very experienced guest from Bavaria had his „best ever“ salmonweek….. 7 fish in 6 day‘s … and some lost salmon.  This week we also had an Orkla salmon school.  All 4 participants were successful and everyone was able to land their first atlantic salmon. Well done guy‘s !  We still have free rods for our fishing in some of the best weeks of August. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla.  If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen
Week 32, 07.08. - 14.08.2021 Unfortunately not a good start to the new week for two of our new guests. Almost all of their luggage did not arrive at the airport with them. However, our lodge are prepared for such emergencies. Until the guests' luggage arrives, we can help out with equipment so that the anglers can go fishing despite the lack of luggage. We have a normal August water level of approx. 25 m3 on the Orkla again. Unfortunately, the Gaula was again closed for fishing due to the very low water level.Unfortunately, as before, we have very few guests who fish with us. The conditions on the Orkla are still excellent to fish successfully for atlantic salmon. Let's see what this week will bring. The fishing was a little slow because it still hasn't rained. We managed to land a few grilse and some sea trout. At the end of the week the rain that everyone wanted finally came …… unfortunately too much.
Week 30, 24.07. - 31.07.2021 The water level on the Orkla is still at the minimum but there are constant very good runs of fresh salmon entering the famous river Orkla. big fish too. A perfect start into this week. Antje 100 cm / 10,30 Kg.Andy 99 cm / 10.20 Kg. And many contacts during the whole week. Due to the low water level, it was not realy easy to hook the salmon correctly. It's a shame that we only have a few fishermen on our beats during this great period of salmonfishing due to Covid. Andreas P. in particular had his best salmon fishing week since his last salmon holiday 7 years ago. 5 salmon and three sea trout  ...... and all with a large sunray shadow variant.  Unfortunately, due to the very low water level, our "large" neighboring river, the Gaula, was closed for fishing for about a week.  We still have free rods for our fishing in some of the best weeks for August. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla.  If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen Week 34, 35, 21.08. - 31.08.08.2021 With a few anglers we started the last days of the salmon season 21. The water level is still slightly higher than normal.  Fish can now be found in all pools. The water temperature has dropped to 8 degrees and the air temperature to about 12 degrees. Fishing is still not easy, but our guests have been more or less successful. Lots of contacts and some landed fish.  The largest salmon landed this time was a beautiful male weighing 7.50 kg. Week 33, 14.08. - 21.08.2021 At the beginning of the new week we had a water level of about 250 m3. The normal water level would be between 40 and 60 m3 ! It was not easy to fish the stretches accordingly. Sinking lines and large flies were perhaps the right choice under these conditions.  Not the best start for our 2 beginners despite the difficult conditions, Thomas was able to land his first salmon and both beginners had contacts but unfortunately couldn't land any more salmon during the week.  The more experienced fishermen were able to land some of the hooked fish. The biggest fish this week was 7.30 kg.
Week 31, 31.07. - 07.08.2021 After brief but heavy rainfall at the weekend, the orkla returned to normal water levels and the Gaula was also reopened for fishing. By the end of this week, however, the water level was low again. No reason that the Orklasalmon cannot enter the river :-). Many of the salmon caught on the river were newcomers. The counting station on the dam in Bjorset (near Meldal) reported an excellent salmon rise of all sizes.Jumping fish can be seen in all Orkla pools. Unfortunately because we have very few guests on our beats this week, the statistics do not look as good as the fishing actually is. We had a short 3 days visit from a young man who wanted to fish for Atlantic salmon for the first time. All he wanted was a three hour guiding from us. A big risk for a beginner! At the end of the first day he was able to land his first salmon, instructed and guided by my deputy Björn . You both did a great job……..it can‘t be bether ! We still have free rods for our fishing in week 32, 34 and 35. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla. If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen

Orkla Report 2021

Statistik Orkla 2021

NAVIGATION
Review Orkla 2021. Unfortunately, Covid also influenced a large part of the 2021 salmon season. Only about a third of the guests who normally come to us for salmon fishing on the Orkla were able to fish on our water from the beginning of July due to various easing of the entry regulations. Despite far fewer anglers on our Beats, the catch result of the last (2019) "normal" salmon season was exceeded by about 25 percent.  The average weight of all landed salmon on the Orkla was higher than in the 2020 season (4.22 kg). The reason for the higher average weight was the predicted ascent of many salmon between 5 and 7 kg into the Orkla. This means that larger runs of multi-sea-winter fish (7 kg +) can be expected for the Orkla salmon season 2022. It also means that Orkla's salmon population is still superb.  It is also important to mention the increasing "by-catch" of the currently protected sea trout in the Orkla. The Orkla has never been a river with a significant population of large sea trout. However, due to the rigorous fishing ban on sea trouts during the past 7 years, this appears to be changing.  In the last two years many MFs between 3 and 6 kg have been reported!  Fact’s: A total of 124 salmon with an excellent average weight of 5.05 kilos were caught on our beats. (Orkla general 4.40 kg) Our guests landed 6 dream fish from 10.00 to 13.00 kg. The biggest salmon of the 2021 season on our fishery had a length of 108 cm and a weight of 13.00 kg). Again over 80% of the salmon we caught were released.  A few salmon had to be killed because they were injured by the hooks and bled to death. These fish were delivered by our guests to the local retirement home. These salmon offer a welcome change in the Menu plan for the elderly in the home.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank our guests for the exemplary behavior in order to preserve this extraordinary fish.  Total registered catches at Orkla 2021: 5,285 salmon / 23,252 kg. The largest salmon had a length of 124 cm (approx. 19.00 kg).  This season, the Orkla is expected to occupy second place in the ranking of all around 400 salmon rivers in Norway again.  .... and if one were to compare the size of the river and the number of fishermen in the first place with the modest size of the Orkla ……………. :-)  NINA (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research) Research project Orkla 2021  The 2021 season was very special for me and my friend and deputy Björn Hansen. We and a few carefully selected anglers have been selected to work  on a research project by NINA. Our job was to catch salmon :-) maybe the best job you can imagine….:-)  The aim of this project is to observe and document the behavior of salmon caught in the river and released again. Thirty salmon should be caught between the end of June and mid-August, thirty more salmon as part of the test fishery after the official season in September / October. The caught salmon should be provided with transmitters and then released again.  Dag Hoyland Karlson, a very professional, competent and humorous contemporary, is responsible for installing the transmitters and monitoring the salmon. If any of us anglers caught a salmon, we could call Dag any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After catching a salmon, the salmon was kept in a special box and Dag got informed immediately.  After a short while, Dag appeared, stunned the fish, and then attached the transmitter underneath the salmon's dorsal fin. Then he put the fish in the current until it has fully recovered from the anesthetic, usually about 10 minutes, and can swim away powerfully again.  From this point on, the salmon equipped with a transmitter are regularly located and monitored by Dag and his mobile receiver. We are sporadically informed by Dag how the marked salmon behave in the river. Understandably, we are not allowed to disclose this information yet.  Except ….. ! None of the 30 salmon caught and released have died so far due to catch & release !
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Report Orkla 2021

Statistik Orkla 2021

Week 29, 17.07. - 24.07.2021 Even now the water level on the Orkla is at the minimum. Nevertheless, a lot of fresh salmon are coming.  The Fishing is very good. Light tackle and floating lines works perfect.  Andy, our very experienced guest from Bavaria had his „best ever“ salmonweek….. 7 fish in 6 day‘s … and some lost salmon.  This week we also had an Orkla salmon school.  All 4 participants were successful and everyone was able to land their first atlantic salmon. Well done guy‘s !  We still have free rods for our fishing in some of the best weeks of August. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla.  If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen Week 30, 24.07. - 31.07.2021 The water level on the Orkla is still at the minimum but there are constant very good runs of fresh salmon entering the famous river Orkla. big fish too. A perfect start into this week. Antje 100 cm / 10,30 Kg.Andy 99 cm / 10.20 Kg. And many contacts during the whole week. Due to the low water level, it was not realy easy to hook the salmon correctly. It's a shame that we only have a few fishermen on our beats during this great period of salmonfishing due to Covid. Andreas P. in particular had his best salmon fishing week since his last salmon holiday 7 years ago. 5 salmon and three sea trout  ...... and all with a large sunray shadow variant.  Unfortunately, due to the very low water level, our "large" neighboring river, the Gaula, was closed for fishing for about a week.  We still have free rods for our fishing in some of the best weeks for August. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla.  If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen
Week 32, 07.08. - 14.08.2021 Unfortunately not a good start to the new week for two of our new guests. Almost all of their luggage did not arrive at the airport with them. However, our lodge are prepared for such emergencies. Until the guests' luggage arrives, we can help out with equipment so that the anglers can go fishing despite the lack of luggage. We have a normal August water level of approx. 25 m3 on the Orkla again. Unfortunately, the Gaula was again closed to fishing due to the very low water level.Unfortunately, as before, we have very few guests who fish with us. The conditions on the orkla are still excellent to fish successfully for atlantic salmon. Let's see what this week will bring.
Week 31, 31.07. - 07.08.2021 After brief but heavy rainfall at the weekend, the orkla returned to normal water levels and the Gaula was also reopened for fishing.  By the end of this week, however, the water level was low again. No reason that the Orklasalmon cannot enter the river :-). Many of the salmon caught on the river were newcomers. The counting station on the dam in Bjorset (near Meldal) reported an excellent salmon rise of all sizes.Jumping fish can be seen in all Orkla pools. Unfortunately because we have very few guests on our beats this week, the statistics do not look as good as the fishing actually is.  We had a short 3 days visit from a young man who wanted to fish for Atlantic salmon for the first time. All he wanted was a three hour guiding from us. A big risk for a beginner! At the end of the first day he was able to land his first salmon, instructed and guided by my deputy Björn . You both did a great job……..it can‘t be bether !  We still have free rods for our fishing in week 32, 34 and 35. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla.  If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen Week 34, 35, 21.08. - 31.08.08.2021 With a few anglers we started the last days of the salmon season 21. The water level is still slightly higher than normal.  Fish can now be found in all pools. The water temperature has dropped to 8 degrees and the air temperature to about 12 degrees. Fishing is still not easy, but our guests have been more or less successful. Lots of contacts and some landed fish.  The largest salmon landed this time was a beautiful male weighing 7.50 kg. Week 33, 14.08. - 21.08.2021 At the beginning of the new week we had a water level of about 250 m3. The normal water level would be between 40 and 60 m3 ! It was not easy to fish the stretches accordingly. Sinking lines and large flies were perhaps the right choice under these conditions.  Not the best start for our 2 beginners despite the difficult conditions, Thomas was able to land his first salmon and both beginners had contacts but unfortunately couldn't land any more salmon during the week.  The more experienced fishermen were able to land some of the hooked fish. The biggest fish this week was 7.30 kg. Review Orkla 2021. Unfortunately, Covid also influenced a large part of the 2021 salmon season. Only about a third of the guests who normally come to us for salmon fishing on the Orkla were able to fish on our water from the beginning of July due to various easing of the entry regulations. Despite far fewer anglers on our Beats, the catch result of the last (2019) "normal" salmon season was exceeded by about 25 percent.  The average weight of all landed salmon on the Orkla was higher than in the 2020 season (4.22 kg). The reason for the higher average weight was the predicted ascent of many salmon between 5 and 7 kg into the Orkla. This means that larger runs of multi-sea-winter fish (7 kg +) can be expected for the Orkla salmon season 2022. It also means that Orkla's salmon population is still superb.  It is also important to mention the increasing "by-catch" of the currently protected sea trout in the Orkla. The Orkla has never been a river with a significant population of large sea trout. However, due to the rigorous fishing ban on sea trouts during the past 7 years, this appears to be changing.  In the last two years many MFs between 3 and 6 kg have been reported!  Fact’s: A total of 124 salmon with an excellent average weight of 5.05 kilos were caught on our beats. (Orkla general 4.40 kg) Our guests landed 6 dream fish from 10.00 to 13.00 kg. The biggest salmon of the 2021 season on our fishery had a length of 108 cm and a weight of 13.00 kg). Again over 80% of the salmon we caught were released.  A few salmon had to be killed because they were injured by the hooks and bled to death. These fish were delivered by our guests to the local retirement home. These salmon offer a welcome change in the Menu plan for the elderly in the home.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank our guests for the exemplary behavior in order to preserve this extraordinary fish.  Total registered catches at Orkla 2021: 5,285 salmon / 23,252 kg. The largest salmon had a length of 124 cm (approx. 19.00 kg).  This season, the Orkla is expected to occupy second place in the ranking of all around 400 salmon rivers in Norway again.  .... and if one were to compare the size of the river and the number of fishermen in the first place with the modest size of the Orkla ……………. :-)  NINA (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research) Research project Orkla 2021  The 2021 season was very special for me and my friend and deputy Björn Hansen. We and a few carefully selected anglers have been selected to work  on a research project by NINA. Our job was to catch salmon :-) maybe the best job you can imagine….:-)  The aim of this project is to observe and document the behavior of salmon caught in the river and released again. Thirty salmon should be caught between the end of June and mid-August, thirty more salmon as part of the test fishery after the official season in September / October. The caught salmon should be provided with transmitters and then released again.  Dag Hoyland Karlson, a very professional, competent and humorous contemporary, is responsible for installing the transmitters and monitoring the salmon. If any of us anglers caught a salmon, we could call Dag any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After catching a salmon, the salmon was kept in a special box and Dag got informed immediately.  After a short while, Dag appeared, stunned the fish, and then attached the transmitter underneath the salmon's dorsal fin. Then he put the fish in the current until it has fully recovered from the anesthetic, usually about 10 minutes, and can swim away powerfully again.  From this point on, the salmon equipped with a transmitter are regularly located and monitored by Dag and his mobile receiver. We are sporadically informed by Dag how the marked salmon behave in the river. Understandably, we are not allowed to disclose this information yet.  Except ….. ! None of the 30 salmon caught and released have died so far  due to catch & release !
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Report Orkla 2021

Statistik Orkla 2021

Week 29, 17.07. - 24.07.2021 Even now the water level on the Orkla is at the minimum. Nevertheless, a lot of fresh salmon are coming. The Fishing is very good. Light tackle and floating lines works perfect. Andy, our very experienced guest from Bavaria had his „best ever“ salmonweek….. 7 fish in 6 day‘s … and some lost salmon. This week we also had an Orkla salmon school. All 4 participants were successful and everyone was able to land their first atlantic salmon. Well done guy‘s ! We still have free rods for our fishing in some of the best weeks of Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla. If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen- nach-norwegen
Week 31, 31.07. - 07.08.2021 After brief but heavy rainfall at the weekend, the orkla returned to normal water levels and the Gaula was also reopened for fishing. By the end of this week, however, the water level was low again. No reason that the Orklasalmon cannot enter the river :-). Many of the salmon caught on the river were newcomers. The counting station on the dam in Bjorset (near Meldal) reported an excellent salmon rise of all sizes.Jumping fish can be seen in all Orkla pools. Unfortunately because we have very few guests on our beats this week, the statistics do not look as good as the fishing actually is. We had a short 3 days visit from a young man who wanted to fish for Atlantic salmon for the first time. All he wanted was a three hour guiding from us. A big risk for a beginner! At the end of the first day he was able to land his first salmon, instructed and guided by my deputy Björn . You both did a great job……..it can‘t be bether ! We still have free rods for our fishing in week 32, 34 and 35. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla. If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und- reisen-nach-norwegen
Week 30, 24.07. - 31.07.2021 The water level on the Orkla is still at the minimum but there are constant very good runs of fresh salmon entering the famous river Orkla. big fish too. A perfect start into this week. Antje 100 cm / 10,30 Kg.Andy 99 cm / 10.20 Kg. And many contacts during the whole week. Due to the low water level, it was not realy easy to hook the salmon correctly. It's a shame that we only have a few fishermen on our beats during this great period of salmonfishing due to Covid. Andreas P. in particular had his best salmon fishing week since his last salmon holiday 7 years ago. 5 salmon and three sea trout  ...... and all with a large sunray shadow variant.  Unfortunately, due to the very low water level, our "large" neighboring river, the Gaula, was closed for fishing for about a week.  We still have free rods for our fishing in some of the best weeks for August. Please contact us for a short-term booking if you would like to experience great salmonfishing this season on the Orkla.  If you travel from a "green" country and / or you are fully vaccinated ( also if you are living in a „red „ country), you can enter Norway without quarantine or tests and enjoy fantastic salmon fishing on our fishery at the Orkla. Find out more about the current entry regulations for Norway here. https://www.visitnorway.de/reiseplanung/coronavirus-und-reisen-nach-norwegen
Week 32, 07.08. - 14.08.2021 Unfortunately not a good start to the new week for two of our new guests. Almost all of their luggage did not arrive at the airport with them. However, our lodge are prepared for such emergencies. Until the guests' luggage arrives, we can help out with equipment so that the anglers can go fishing despite the lack of luggage. We have a normal August water level of approx. 25 m3 on the Orkla again. Unfortunately, the Gaula was again closed to fishing due to the very low water level.Unfortunately, as before, we have very few guests who fish with us. The conditions on the orkla are still excellent to fish successfully for atlantic salmon. Let's see what this week will bring.
Week 34, 35, 21.08. - 31.08.08.2021 With a few anglers we started the last days of the salmon season 21. The water level is still slightly higher than normal.  Fish can now be found in all pools. The water temperature has dropped to 8 degrees and the air temperature to about 12 degrees. Fishing is still not easy, but our guests have been more or less successful. Lots of contacts and some landed fish.  The largest salmon landed this time was a beautiful male weighing 7.50 kg. Review Orkla 2021. Unfortunately, Covid also influenced a large part of the 2021 salmon season. Only about a third of the guests who normally come to us for salmon fishing on the Orkla were able to fish on our water from the beginning of July due to various easing of the entry regulations. Despite far fewer anglers on our Beats, the catch result of the last (2019) "normal" salmon season was exceeded by about 25 percent.  The average weight of all landed salmon on the Orkla was higher than in the 2020 season (4.22 kg). The reason for the higher average weight was the predicted ascent of many salmon between 5 and 7 kg into the Orkla. This means that larger runs of multi-sea-winter fish (7 kg +) can be expected for the Orkla salmon season 2022. It also means that Orkla's salmon population is still superb.  It is also important to mention the increasing "by-catch" of the currently protected sea trout in the Orkla. The Orkla has never been a river with a significant population of large sea trout. However, due to the rigorous fishing ban on sea trouts during the past 7 years, this appears to be changing.  In the last two years many MFs between 3 and 6 kg have been reported!  Fact’s: A total of 124 salmon with an excellent average weight of 5.05 kilos were caught on our beats. (Orkla general 4.40 kg) Our guests landed 6 dream fish from 10.00 to 13.00 kg. The biggest salmon of the 2021 season on our fishery had a length of 108 cm and a weight of 13.00 kg). Again over 80% of the salmon we caught were released.  A few salmon had to be killed because they were injured by the hooks and bled to death. These fish were delivered by our guests to the local retirement home. These salmon offer a welcome change in the Menu plan for the elderly in the home.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank our guests for the exemplary behavior in order to preserve this extraordinary fish.  Total registered catches at Orkla 2021: 5,285 salmon / 23,252 kg. The largest salmon had a length of 124 cm (approx. 19.00 kg).  This season, the Orkla is expected to occupy second place in the ranking of all around 400 salmon rivers in Norway again.  .... and if one were to compare the size of the river and the number of fishermen in the first place with the modest size of the Orkla ……………. :-)  NINA (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research) Research project Orkla 2021  The 2021 season was very special for me and my friend and deputy Björn Hansen. We and a few carefully selected anglers have been selected to work  on a research project by NINA. Our job was to catch salmon :-) maybe the best job you can imagine….:-)  The aim of this project is to observe and document the behavior of salmon caught in the river and released again. Thirty salmon should be caught between the end of June and mid-August, thirty more salmon as part of the test fishery after the official season in September / October. The caught salmon should be provided with transmitters and then released again.  Dag Hoyland Karlson, a very professional, competent and humorous contemporary, is responsible for installing the transmitters and monitoring the salmon. If any of us anglers caught a salmon, we could call Dag any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After catching a salmon, the salmon was kept in a special box and Dag got informed immediately.  After a short while, Dag appeared, stunned the fish, and then attached the transmitter underneath the salmon's dorsal fin. Then he put the fish in the current until it has fully recovered from the anesthetic, usually about 10 minutes, and can swim away powerfully again.  From this point on, the salmon equipped with a transmitter are regularly located and monitored by Dag and his mobile receiver. We are sporadically informed by Dag how the marked salmon behave in the river. Understandably, we are not allowed to disclose this information yet.  Except ….. ! None of the 30 salmon caught and released have died so far due to catch & release !
Week 33, 14.08. - 21.08.2021 At the beginning of the new week we had a water level of about 250 m3. The normal water level would be between 40 and 60 m3 It was not easy to fish the stretches accordingly. Sinking lines and large flies were perhaps the right choice under these conditions. Not the best start for our 2 beginners despite the difficult conditions, Thomas was able to land his first salmon and both beginners had contacts but unfortunately couldn't land any more salmon during the week. The more experienced fishermen were able to land some of the hooked fish. The biggest fish this week was 7.30 kg.
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