Hi all: On saturday afternoon, October 7th 1922, Georgina Ballantine from Scotland sailed into the U.K. record books by catching a 64lb salmon on the river Tay, a record that STILL stands in my book. The 1922 catch was on a river, the most recent one, (a 66lb Wels catfish) was on a PRIVATE lake, I've fished it for pike myself so I know it isn't that big. As far as I'm concerned, in order for the OLD record to be beaten, it must be done so on a RIVER. What do you guys think? The links below should help you out. News Report: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=482925&in_page_id=1770 Where the catfish was caught. http://www.bluebell-lakes.co.uk/ P.S. I was gonna post the "85 year old record" story tomorrow (for obvious reasons), but reading THIS has forced my hand.