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Turkey: Iznik Lake, the largest natural lake in the Marmara Region, is abundant with carp

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Turkiye
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Published Mar 4, 2024

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Fishermen at Iznik Lake in Turkey, the largest natural lake in the Marmara Region and the country's fifth largest, have caught 600 kilos of yellow carp in a single day. The fish were sold at a rate of 150 lira per kilo. The surge in carp numbers is due to higher than average air temperatures. However, a ban on carp fishing will come into effect from March 15.
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There is an abundance of carp in Iznik Lake, which is the largest natural lake in the Marmara Region and the fifth largest in Turkey. Fishermen caught 600 kilos of yellow carp in one day, selling it for 150 lira per kilo. There was an abundance of carp in Iznik Lake, where the hunting season started. Fishermen fishing in Iznik Lake were shocked when they collected the nets they had cast the night before in the morning. Fishermen were delighted when approximately 600 kilos of yellow carp were caught in the nets. Citizens who saw the carp took lots of photos. Konur Genç, President of Iznik Central Fisheries Cooperative, said, "We are experiencing an ...
Source: Kamu3
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