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Horngddefiske 20 maj 2012 sweden
Sweden

Horngäddefiske. En tävling som anordnas en gång om året bakom Trelleborgs Industrier's däcklager i Trelleborgs hamn. En Kung eller Drottning koras till den som tagit upp flest horngäddor.

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