A big silver hilsa fish was caught in the fishing net in Padma river in Goland. The weight of the fish is 1 kg 9 hundred grams. The fish was sold for 6 thousand 460 taka. On the morning of Wednesday 29th March, the fisherman Zamir and Momin brought the fish to Daulatdia market with Rawson Molla’s arat. At that time, the local fish merchant Chandu Molla bought the fish at the rate of 3 thousand 2 hundred taka per kg for a total of 6 thousand 80 taka. Later he sold the fish to a trader in Dhaka at the rate of 3 thousand 4 hundred taka per kg for a total of 6 thousand 460 taka. In this regard, Upazila Fisheries Officer Shahariar Zaman Sabu said that the taste of Padma’s big hilsa fish has decreased a little. Because there is no current in the river, the depth of the river has decreased. There is no restriction in the Amaden Fisheries Act to catch large hilsa. But if it is below 10 inches, there is a restriction under the Fisheries Act. Usually such a big hilsa fish of Padma is not seen all the time.