In a bucolic village in the Kaišiadorys district in central Lithuania, Jerry, a retired septuagenarian from Florida, felt a sudden jerk of his fishing rod which then bowed and dropped dramatically. Jerry knew that this catch was going to be BIG.
“Getting it out was crazy. I was gasping – so excited I was. My Lithuanian wife, Lina, who has never caught a single minnow in her life, was next to me the whole time, shouting, commanding and nearly grabbing the rod.”
When he finally managed to land the fish, a 5+ kg trout, ...
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