Md Hasan, Kurigram: 62 kg of tiger fish was caught in Brahmaputra river in Chilmari of Kurigram district in the spring of fishing. Everyone was shocked by this incident. Catching such a big fish in spring is a rare event. This fish comes to Nageshwari upazila after changing hands. When the fish is brought to the market, people gather to see it. On Friday morning, the fish was cut and sold at the rate of 1600 taka per kg in Nageshwari Municipal Market. The value of the fish is about one lakh taka. The fish was brought to the Asia market at Kurigram's Nageshwari bus stand around 10 pm on Thursday in a battery-powered auto-rickshaw. The shape of the fish across the autorickshaw seat. People have endless discussions about it. Everyone was shocked to see such a big fish. Take pictures of fish and take selfies with fish. Because the price is high, many people will not get this fish, so hope picture. Hanif Ali is the owner of the fish. His house is in Banurkhamar area of Nageshwari upazila. Hanif, a fish trader, said that a local fisherman caught fish in the Brahmaputra river in Chilmari on Thursday afternoon. He bought the fish from him for 50 thousand taka. The price is high, so the buyer is less. On Friday morning, the fish was cut and sold at the price of Tk 1,600 per kg. Sold for 99 thousand 200 taka. Kurigram District Fisheries Officer Kalipad Roy said, I have heard the news of such big fishing. There are many big fish in Brahmaputra river. Occasionally there are reports of large catches of various species. This means that the rivers of this district are still rich in fish resources. As the fishermen obeyed the hilsa prohibition period, the number of all kinds of fish in the river has increased. Big fish are being caught.