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June 11, 2007

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Breaking News: Saskatchewan Angler Lands Potential World-Record Rainbow

According to FishingSaskatchewan.ca, Adam Konrad of Saskatoon Saskatchewan pulled a 43-pound, 6-ounce rainbow trout from Lake Diefenbaker on June 5th. If everything checks out, Konrad’s catch would overtake the current 42-pound, 2-ounce world-record rainbow. Check out the incredible photos here, and look for more on this story soon on our own Kirk Deeter’s flyfishing blog, fflogger.com.



Mike Diehl

Iiiiit's BIGFISH!

Alan Cooper

Would have weighed more if it hadn`t dumped in his lap.


Let me guess: I'll bet that fish was caught less than 1,000 yards from the rainbow trout fish farm pens where the (massive) accidental release of fish (5-10 lbs) took place not too many years ago. Reminds me of a pig named Fred.


Just down stream from the nuclear reactor huh? That thing is a monster. Good Job!


That is a fat fish. BTW, what is the world record Kamloops?


i wonder why hes not smiling, if i caught a fish like that, id either be crying or you could see my tonsils id be smiling so big :)

Dan Morris

Must have been fun !!


WOW is right - good Job! What did you catch it with, a Purse Seiner! Great stuff.

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