May 04, 2011
This is certainly a record-setting year for fish. Or actually, for fishermen catching big fish.
This time it's a HUGE REDEAR out of Lake Havasu that is a likely contender for a world record.
Right now, it's a semi-official Arizona state record for the Colorado River. This huge redear (they feed on quagga mussels) tipped the scales at 5.55 pounds and was 16.75 inches long with a 19-inch girth. It was caught by Robert Lawler of Lake Havasu City on May 2 using a Texas-rigged 7-inch Power Worm ...
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