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Default Despite low water levels- Big fish caught!-4th July 2016 11:15

The water level was constantly dropping during the past week. The beginning of the week still offered consistently good fishing with several very big fish caught.

Long-time regular NFC guest and friend, Mortan Carlsen returned to fish with us during week 26 and he had a great start to his fishing week with a big fish of 14kg on Beat E1a during Sunday evening after the welcome dinner!



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