Fish in lakes can reach larger sizes simply because of the broader resources and more space to grow. Rivers often obstruct fish growth with lower water quality resulting from algae growth and sediment accumulation. People can still catch large fish in free flowing rivers, however. And, as always, some rivers are larger than some lakes and likewise — it all depends on which lake or river.
Fish have the ability to grow to a much bigger size when living in a lake compared to a river. Although it also depends on the size of the lake and the resources that are available. If the surroundings are suitable for growth, the fish will waste no time using up the free space and growing to their full potential or even bigger, if there’s nothing that’s stopping their growth.
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