This Canadian angler from landlocked Saskatchewan landed a world-class fish on a day where everything biting.
Most serious anglers have experienced those magical days that for whatever reason, fishing becomes a world-class affair. And it doesn't matter what you're fishing for. Whether you get into a mess of white bass, or sail fish only seem to want to eat what you've baited your hook with, it's what makes fishing an absolute gas.
Troy Kincaid was having one of those days far, far away from his home in Mainprize, Saskatchewan Canada. His stage for the day was the amazingly beautiful coast of the Hawaii's big island. Having gained his sea legs just last year, Kincaid was hoping to land a fish that would eclipse 78 pounds, which was his largest to date.