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March 31, 2006

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Trophy Stickleback: .12-ounce haul lands Norway angler over $900

At the conclusion of the first-ever ice-fishing contest on Norway’s Vaagvannet Lake, none of the 66 anglers had caught any fish in the conventional manner. One Jan Petter Johansen, however, did find a couple of stickleback tangled within some seaweed he pulled in. At .07 and .05 ounces each, they won the $770 first and $154 second prizes, respectively.
http://www.suntimes.com/output/news/cst-nws-ice29.html 

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