Spokesman keeps quiet about Putin’s catch made during fishing trip, promises details soon
A number of other high-ranking personalities and celebrities were Putin’s fishing companions, - TASS
Russian President Vladimir’s fishing trip in Siberia on Wednesday was a success, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said without disclosing any details for now. "He managed [to catch fish]," he told the media. "We will provide detailed information and pictures within days." Peskov kept quiet when asked if Putin had managed to beat his own record, set when he caught a 21-kilogram pike. "It was even more interesting than before! We will tell you about that," Peskov added.
President and his fishing trips
Putin has made quite a few several fishing trips by now. In July 2013 he spent a brief holiday in Tyva and Khakassia, on Lake Tokpak-Hol. Peskov said it was an absolutely intact wildlife area and local bodies of water were literally crawling with fish. "Even the ranger who kept Putin company said he had never seen anything like that when Putin caught a 21-kilogram pike. It took him more than three minutes to bring it to the bank," Peskov said.