From the IndianaInfo forum: "Received a call at the house Saturday afternoon from a couple of fishermen who needed a DNR biologist to positively ID what they claimed was a new state record flathead. They had it weighed on a certified scale but were told before they cleaned it they should have it looked at. Well, I looked at it and confirmed it's a flathead...The fishermen's name, who hooked it, is Donald Kershaw (on the right in photo). He's from Monrovia. Him and his friend were fishing under the IN-42 bridge at Cataract. Donald hooked it just before midnight and it took him 30-40 min to land it (with help). They wouldn't tell what bait they were using but both smiled when I said it was probably alive and bigger than a leech. It measured 48 inches TL with a girth of 32 inches."