Nature conservation: Rare and demanding fish are swimming in the Alster again – thanks to angler Frank Schlichting

On a Saturday afternoon, Frank Schlichting (56) is knee-deep in the Alster.

Nature conservation: Rare and demanding fish are swimming in the Alster again – thanks to angler Frank Schlichting

On a Saturday afternoon, Frank Schlichting (56) is knee-deep in the Alster. We're not talking about the dammed pond in the heart of the city, the angler lets his glittering fishing lure fly upstream on the river of the same name further north: "You could stand in the turning current!" "They" are the perch, anglers say "stand" when they mean "swim". For the man in full fishing gear – from waistcoat to waders – a perch fillet fried crispy in butter “can't be weighed in gold”.

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