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Angler Erik Axner celebrates hauling in this enormous 7ft halibut fish - by jumping in the water to pose for pictures with it.
Erik was on a fishing trip with friends Jonathan Jansson and Martin Bamberg when he hooked the mammoth halibut, the world's biggest species of flatfish.
The 24-year-old Swede fought the gigantic fish for over an hour before finally getting the better of it - and when he weighed it it tipped the scales at a whopping 16 stones.
Because the halibut was so huge it couldn't be pulled out of the water for photos - so Erik secured the halibut to the side of the boat using rope and jumped in in his drysuit instead.