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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.



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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