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December 15, 2008

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Potential World-Record Black Drum Released

From The News & Observer:

Catching a state-record fish is the dream of some anglers. Catching world-record fish, an improbable feat, is the pinnacle of sport fishing achievement in the eyes of many.

Gwen Frazier may have done both recently, but we'll never know, because she let the fish go. . . .

“I'm 5 foot 4 [inches]," Frazier said, "and the fish was exactly my height."

If that's accurate -- and we'll never know for sure -- the fish probably would have [topped both marks] said Randy Gregory, a fisheries biologist with the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries.

Be sure to check out the full story, including a good photo. 

Comments

Goose

She is the epitome of catch-and-release

Mc. Squizzy

wow too bad. It's good to record the largest fish out there.

sam

looking at the picture, it was not 5'4".




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