Photo: Pat McKenzie
Canadian lover of fishing caught in the Assiniboine river, huge lake sturgeon. This publication reports The Brandon Sun.
A resident of the canadian, Manitoba, Pat Mackenzie (Pat McKenzie) claims that it has an interest in fishing in the past year. Typically, a woman a bit carp, but this time she was lucky: for the six hours, she caught nothing. The fish struck about five in the evening, when she was going back home.
Mackenzie 25 minutes fought with sturgeon, was able to drag to the shore and found that it doesn’t fit in her net. To pull it out of the water, she needed the help of another fisherman. “I could not believe that he is so big, — says the woman. I was in shock.” Measuring sturgeon and take pictures with him, let him go into the river.
Fish length was 138 inches. The largest sturgeon caught in Assiniboine, was just two centimeters long.
Earlier it was reported about a fisherman from the U.S. state of Minnesota, who caught a pike the size of a man. The local Department of natural resources has registered the record and admitted caught a pike longest in the history of fishing in the state.
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