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(MDC) confirms Anthony Schnur, Jr. of Pevely is the latest state-record holder after catching a 32-pound, 10-ounce longnose gar from Table Rock Lake.
This real life river monster was tipping the scales at 240 lbs, measuring 6'10" long, and a girth of nearly 4'. Caught in the Detroit River, this fish is one of the largest lake sturgeon ever recorded in the U.S.
Lancaster caught the massive fish on April 13th, but the record was only just officially recognized by the Texas Parks and Wildlife.
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It's possible that the fish could be caught again after its grown, meaning it could break its own record
Ask any inshore angler what’s their favorite fish, and snook will likely be in the top three. Snook are special. They live in fresh or saltwater, and due to climate change, they’re now found throughout Florida, in south Texas and even into Georgia and South Carolina.
During the open season May 1st, the minimum size limit will be 36 inches fork length (measured from the tip of snout to the fork in the tail), and the possession limit will be one fish per person per day.
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