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Possible new world record. 17 Aug 2013 16:24 #1

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Possible new world record. 18 Aug 2013 09:35 #2

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Holy fish & chips!:eek::arr

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Possible new world record. 19 Aug 2013 02:37 #3

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WOW! How the heck do you winch that up?

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Possible new world record. 19 Aug 2013 04:03 #4

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... and he GAVE THE FISH AWAY!

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Possible new world record. 19 Aug 2013 04:57 #5

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according to the story, the fish was too big to take aboard, so they towed it back to the marina and used their hoist.


I honestly dont know what I would do with that much halibut either, I would probably do the same thing - take 30-50 lbs to give away and let the processor make a few bucks too.

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Possible new world record. 20 Aug 2013 04:14 #6

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You've got to wonder how many 100,000's off eggs where in that tummy? The meat would be rough at best. Some great photo's and a release would have seemed more appropriate.

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Possible new world record. 20 Aug 2013 06:11 #7

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Ihe International halibut commission says it does not make any difference because of preditation, more to the story but I do not have it on hand.

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