Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, caught by Philip Lomax over Godine bank near Sark, Bailiwick of Guernsey at midday on 7 April 2012. The fish weighed 2799 grams and had a standard length of 530 mm and a length to the distal margin of the middle of the caudal fin of 596 mm. The salmon was captured using a live sand eel for bait. It had two copepod parasites by the right eye and one on the right flank of the body. The salmon had 19 gill rakers on the first gill arch on the right side. File No. 070412 0391 ©RLLord - sealord