Greek fisherman catches largest fish in the world!

23 August 2017
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Greek fisherman Vagellis Lagonas from Sidirounda, Chios broke the world record for catching the heaviest common dentex.

The amateur fisherman caught the larger 11kg fish on July 26 at a depth of 35 metres and his feat was subsequently verified by the International Underwater Spearfishing Association.

“It was a great dive from 22 to 35 meters. The temperature at the sea surface were 21 degrees Celsius and reasonably noticeably smaller in the depths” Vangelis Lagonas said.

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