Wednesday, July 13, 2005
Michael Jones of Dennison, Texas spent over an hour fighting something big at the end of his fishing reel, but he had no idea how big. When it was over, according to this story from the Herald Democrat, he had landed a world record 70 lb. silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix). Nobody knows how the carp, a prohibited species in Texas, ended up in Lake Texoma. This is also a new record for Texas: the first silver carp ever found in that state.
Bonus points to Mike for holding that huge fish in his hands and grinning like a son-of-a-gun!
Labels: carp, fish, fishing, Texas
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