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Sunday, September 24, 2017

“Record pike”: a video and photos of Putin fishing


Several Russian media were provided footage of underwater hunting of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. The video shows how the President during a two-hour spearfishing still got the pike. And the photo of a 64-year-old head of state again appeared shirtless, showing good physical form.


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Vladimir Putin fishing in Tuva.

Earlier, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov reported that Putin two hours chasing pike in the lake. Apparently the finale of this action and can be observed in the presented video.

The President shot a spear gun and took the shot. Then he POPs up, and it has been waiting for the Minister of defence of Russia Sergey Shoigu.

Wow! Record pickerel!, – said Shoigu catch Putin.

The President noted that the pike is very tricky.

“Such cunning, I must say. Quite cautious. Go into the mire,” — said Putin at a video.

Read the article: “Passports pike”: a two-hour chase Putin has subjected to criticism the fishing

Peskov told about Putin’s extreme tourism: from Quad-Biking to “Piranha”

In turn, the Agency RIA “Novosti” posted on its website some photos from the rest of the head of state from August 1-3.

The pictures also reflect how Putin is immersed in a mountain lake in a tight wetsuit or swimming in a cold mountain lake without a wetsuit.

In some pictures you can see Putin in a folding chair, shirtless and wearing sunglasses, and other photos sunbathing he takes along with Shoigu.

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