Angler Catches World’s Largest Goldfish Named ‘The Carrot’


Angler Andy Hackett managed to catch the world’s largest goldfish, weighing more than 66.14 pounds, at Bluewater Lakes in Champagne, France. The fish, known as the Carrot, was put into the lake 20 years ago and is a hybrid species of a leather carp and koi, thought to be the second largest of its type ever caught. The angler said: ‘It was brilliant to catch it but was sheer luck’. The fish was immediately released back into the water.

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