A 50 pound salmon was caught on the River Tweed in Scotland earlier this month.
The salmon is the largest fly-caught salmon caught since 1925 on the river and possibly the biggest salmon caught in the entire country since that year, reported the Berwick Advertiser.
Shamus Jennings, a long-time fisher, caught the huge salmon with his brother Francis.
“It’s taken me almost 40 years to catch a 25 pounder – which I caught the day before on the same beat – but this is simply incredible,” Jennings said.
Dr. Ronald Campbell, a senior biologist with the Tweed Foundation, estimated the catch at 50 pounds, reported the Journal.
The salmon had a 33-inch girth.