grayling
(Thymallus thymallus)


(Linnaeus, 1758); SALMONIDAE FAMILY; also called European grayling, kharius, asch, stalling, temolo Occurs in northern Europe from England and France to the Ural Mountains in northwest Russia in temperature ranges of 18.0-24.0 °C. The grayling is essentially a river fish and prefers clear, well-oxygenated water in the upper reaches of rivers with sand or gravel bottom. It also occurs in lakes, especially in mountain regions and rarely in brackish water (Baltic). Like its North American counterpart, it is easily recognized by its distinctive sail like dorsal fin, which is followed by a...Read More

Line ClassWeightLocationCatch DateAnglerRecord DetailsHistory Details
All-Tackle2.18 kg (4 lb 12 oz)Steinfeld River, Drava, Austria25-Nov-2009Adriano GarhantiniRecord DetailsHistory Details