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Discussion in 'LOCAL INDIANA TALK' started by shortbus, Jun 11, 2009.
So what are the state records for each kinda cat?
I've been over the site posted many times and have one question. Does any one know abouts on the White river the record flathead came from?
Lawrence County in 1966
Simpson was the dudes name I'm pretty sure... anybody ever heard any details about it? I THINK that is the longest standing fish record in Indiana. Who knows how they did things way back then (43 years ago lol)
Man I bet I let an 85 pounder go about two weeks ago!!!! Ive never been one to care about records.. Just knowing I caught it makes me feel good enough.. Just wish I had someone with me to help tell the tale cause it was a heck of a fight and my camera got wet so I didnt get any pics.. :wink:
SNIFF SNIFF I SMELL SOME BS:smile2::smile2::smile2:
I didnt tell you tony cause you would try and steal my spot!!
And why you always typin in all caps
Yeah... STOP FREAKIN' YELLIN' AT EVERYBODY!oooh: lol
geez there cry babys is that better:smile2:
yes, Lets stay with our indoor voices!!:smile2::smile2:
The Indiana state record channel cat at 37lbs caught by Randy E. Jones in 1980 was from a farm pond in Vanderburgh County where I lived and was raised.
The list of all state record fish are listed in the fishing rules and regulations that you can find just about anywhere. They also list the person, place and county where caught.