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June 13, 2012

HUNGARY: world record carp of 100-pound, 4-ounce landed

A monster common carp of 100lb-plus carp has been caught by an Austrian angler fishing in Hungary. Angler Roman Hanke tempted the massive 100lb 4oz mirror carp from Euro-Aqua Fishery – a venue that had been tipped up as a potential record breaker. The fish, caught on June 5th, measured 113cm long and fell for a bridfood boiled and the commercially run venue, which is a former gravel pit near to the big Lake Balaton. The actual world record from British roofer Ambrose Smith and John Bryan from Waltham Abbey with a 99-pound fish from Le Graviers Fishery in Dijon, France. None of the IGFA carp records exceed 90 pounds.

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