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*(via South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks)
PIERRE, S.D. – Weighing 2 pounds, 13 ounces, an Aurora resident recently caught the largest yellow perch ever recorded in South Dakota.
It’s assumed that jigs — those made for flipping, pitching, skipping, swimming and all those football applications — will carry something in their back pocket. Indeed, trailers are pretty standard, but random selection will net you random results. Savvy anglers match specific trailers to specific scenarios based on a handful of key factors. Variations are countless, but consider the insight of these accomplished jig fishermen when picking your next trailer.
*(By: Daniel Xu – Courtesy of OutdoorHub)
At nearly 800 pounds and 14 feet long, a massive stingray caught in Thailand’s Mae Klong River could take the title of the world’s largest freshwater fish ever taken on rod and reel—and using a 300-pound test line, no less.
Tucker Martin, 17, from Chipley, set a new state record for shoal bass on Sunday, March 8 around 5 p.m. He was bank fishing with a friend on the Chipola River, in northwest Florida’s Jackson County, when he cast a spinner bait up under a bridge and the fight was on. He was expecting to catch a spotted bass or largemouth, but landed a shoal bass that weighed 4.49 pounds (4 pounds, 8 ounces) and measured 20.3 inches in total length, with a girth of 14.4 inches.
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