This beast of a Cod below is the monster Cod mentioned above, It was taken by German angler Michael Eisele who was fishing near the the island of Sørøya in the Norwegian Sea. It is an amazing fish of 103.6 lbs (47 kilos). The fish measured an incredible 5.25 feet (1.6 meter). During the week long trip Michael and his friends landed an amazing tally of 33 cod over 66 lbs (30 kilos)
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This monster Cod below was the previous biggest Cod landed in Europe prior to the Michael Eisele fish above. It was taken in March 2012 from the same region by Morten Hvam off the island of Sørøya in the Norwegian Sea.The Cod measured 4ft 9ins and pulled the scales down to a very impressive 91lbs 15ozs (41 Kg).
Crazy Cod Fishing in Norway with Team Galant
So what exactly classifies a Cod (Sander lucioperca) as a true
In some European countries such as Norway and Denmark the
Cod can grow to immense proportions with fish over 80 Lbs caught
over the years.
The current European monster Cod is an amazing fish of 103.6 lbs
(47 kilos) caught by German angler Michael Eisele who was fishing
near the the island of Sørøya in the Norwegian Sea. his amazing
beast can be seen below and is a true Monster Cod of fantastic
Whilst sadly the Cod stocks have dwindled throughout the world
during the last couple of decades due to over-fishing, there are
still places in Northern Europe where it is possible to catch that
monster Cod of your dreams.
The monster Cod below was also taken off the island of Sørøya in North Norway by lucky angler Tommy Neumann. The Cod measured 1.56 meters long and pulled the scales down to a whacking 91,6 lbs (41,5 kg)