New common carp record for Romania weighs 34,65 kg
Romanian carp angler Cristi Olaru managed to land a beautiful 34,65 kg specimen (76lb 4oz) nicknamed 'Dynamite'.
With his capture Olaru broke the long standing record from Tim Paisley with a 34,5 kg (76lb+) common carp from Raduta Lake in 2001, more than fifteen years ago.
Monster Lake is a 6 hectare venue in Siclau, Arad county in Romania. It has 3 double pegs for a total of 6 carp anglers. Previously the record for Monster Lake was 31,85 kg, and dates back to 2016 when Kristof Cuderman from Slovenia captured another big common carp.
The new record holder Cristi Olaru is a fanatic carp angler from Bucharest. Olaru fished on Monster Lake from April 23 to April 27. During his stay at Monster Carp Lake he already broke his personal record with a 24,5 kg common carp, followed by a 24,6 kg mirror the next day.
|Cristi Olaru (left) with his 34,65 record carp together with lake owner Ioan Vida|
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Since the record breaking common carp was, just like last year by Cuderman, captured with Dynamite Baits boilies, the fish is nicknamed 'Dynamite'.
|The new record common carp for Romania from Monster Carp Lake|
Read the full article about the new common carp record for Romania on the Dynamite Baits website. For more information about Monster Carp Lake please check out the facebook page.