I get Fur-Fish-Game in the mail.I just got the August issue yesterday.There is an article in the News & Note from the Outdoors section titled A Bullhead for the Books the article says: ******************** A yellow bullhead caught over Memorial Day weekend shattered the Missouri state record and is expected to be verified as a new world record.John Irvin was crappie fishing at Old Drexel Lake,south of Kansas City,when he caught the big bullhead. "My cork went down,and I set the hook and pulled that thing up through the moss,"Irvin was quoted in a release.It took a moment to identify the 6-pound, 6-ounce bullheadbecause he had never befor seen one that large. In fact, as far as record books show, no one else had either.The previous Missouri record weighed 5-pounds, 13-ounces. The International Game Fish Association and the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame both recognize the smaller fish as world records. Irvin fished the same lake the next two days and landed two more yellow bullheads that dragged his pocket scale down to the 6-pound mark.He didn't bother having them officially weighed, scince they fell short of his first record catch. Irvin knew people might not believe such a fish story, so he kept all three of the big bullheads alive in a fish basket in a cistern at his home. "I don't know what it is about that lake,"the realease quoted conservation agent Phil Needham, who offically weighed Irvin's fish on certified scales."Maybe conditions there just favor bullheads, or maybe it is genetics." Irvin thinks maybe a lack of fishing pessure has something to do with it. "This old lake has been there for ages," he said, "and it's pretty well growed up with cattails and stuff. You can't hardly get into it to fish.Alot of people don't fish it anymore." That may change. ******************* That is a big bullhead and I just want to say congatulations to Mr. Irvin.