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October 10, 2006

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State Record Flathead Caught in Pa.

Flathead At 3 a.m. on September 3rd, Vic Zendron of West Sunbury, Pennsylvania, was about to release the 47-pound flathead catfish he’d just hauled from the Ohio River when a witness to the 30-minute battle suggested the fish might be a new record. So he kept the fish, and now the state Fish and Boat Commission has officially certified the catch, which easily broke the previous mark of 43 pounds 9 ounces. Click here for the story.

Comments

Jay

the next state record will come out of the schkill river outside philadelphia in valley forge (wrong spelling all around) mark my words the 50# is coming by 2009 off that river. man they are getting big there




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