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Discussion in 'Blue Catfishing' started by TomV, Dec 21, 2006.
Have you seen this?
Thanks for sharing. That is one biiiiiig fish.
thats one big fish! thanks for sharing tom.
Watch that show the othere night.
Im thinking I could waterski behind that big ol hawg!!!
Thanks for sharing!
that is my goal for 2007 to catch a big cat anywhere near that big.
WoW what a cat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have heard of that catch, but I have never seen a clip of it.
Wow! When/where was this?
That's awesome! Thanks for posting the video clip!:0a31:
Thanks for the pic. Man it hard to think about a blue that big. Very nice.
nope but thats big as hell
Thats this one:
Man old Man i wish that would have been me lol.:big_smile:
JPritch, this was in Texas I think they caught that cat last year.
thank you tom for sharing that video , i think the fish died from being handled to much . when i catch the record il be more careful not to fondle it to much :lol:
Now I have really got the Cabin Fever. Thanks for sharing the pics. What a big Fish. I would have to buy a bigger camera before I could even take its picture.
IF that was "Splash" (121.5 lbs), she was caught on the Texas side of Lake Texoma January 2004 by Cody Mullenix (ACATS member).
Does anyone know what tackle he was using? Thanks for the post.
The fish in the video is the 124 pound current world record from the Mississippi River in Illinois. It is also a 50 pound line class record.
Here is a clip from NBC:
It was not "splash". Splash was the previous record.