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Just shows you ICELAND has big fish also, not just NORWAY .

Its a fish of a life time and i'am pleased for the the guy, but why do we always see these big fish landed on the peirs , be it in ICELAND or NORWAY, these fish are much better value for these fish camps if they were put back than putting them on the fish filleting table, just my thought .

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Just shows you ICELAND has big fish also, not just NORWAY .

Its a fish of a life time and i'am pleased for the the guy, but why do we always see these big fish landed on the peirs , be it in ICELAND or NORWAY, these fish are much better value for these fish camps if they were put back than putting them on the fish filleting table, just my thought .

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Its the Germans nature to kill every fish they catch, be it a 400lb+ halibut or a 1lb redfish.

What would you say the commercial value of that fish is?

If you got that to somewhere like London I bet it would be worth over 拢3000 and double that once filleted and out to retail?
 
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Its the Germans nature to kill every fish they catch, be it a 400lb+ halibut or a 1lb redfish.
It's not "the Germans nature to kill every fish they catch". It's the law in Germany, where C&R is an offence. Most people assume that the laws in their own countries apply elsewhere, which is why some of our Army lads got into trouble in Germany, returning fish.

It's because of that "No C&R" law that the German Open Shore Championships are held ---- in Denmark.
 

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It's not "the Germans nature to kill every fish they catch". It's the law in Germany, where C&R is an offence. Most people assume that the laws in their own countries apply elsewhere, which is why some of our Army lads got into trouble in Germany, returning fish.

It's because of that "No C&R" law that the German Open Shore Championships are held ---- in Denmark.
well said ********** you would think the people running these camps advise there clients to catch and release big halibut , hear in iceland there is the same law regarding all fish must be landed , i came across this problem when i started Icelandic Fishing ventures .
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