salmon, atlantic
(Salmo salar)

Linnaeus, 1758; SALMONIDAE FAMILY; also called landlocked salmon, ouananiche, Kennebec salmon, Sebago salmon, black salmon, grilse, kelt, grayling, smolt, parr, slink The Atlantic salmon is native to the northern Atlantic from the Connecticut River to Quebec, Iceland and southern Greenland. It also occurs from the Arctic Circle to Portugal. Inland, there are a number of landlocked populations that must be considered strictly freshwater fish. Otherwise, the species is anadromous (migrates to the sea and back, and spawns in fresh water). Unlike Pacific salmons (Oncorhynchus spp.), Atlantic...Read More

Line ClassWeightLocationCatch DateAnglerRecord DetailsHistory Details
All-Tackle35.89 kg (79 lb 2 oz)Tana River, Norway01-Jan-1928Henrik HenriksenRecord DetailsHistory Details