Blue catfish breaks Kansas record By Michael Pearce
The Wichita Eagle
A July 22 article in The Eagle headlined “Monster fish of Kansas” predicted the first official 100-pound blue catfish would soon be pulled from the state’s waters. On Aug. 11, Rob Stanley of Olathe accomplished the feat when he caught a 102.8-pound blue from the Kansas side of the Missouri River in Kansas City. The catfish topped the previous state record of 94 pounds, set on the Kansas River in 2000.Stanley’s blue could eventually beat its own record.
Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/2012/08/20/2456899/blue-catfish-breaks-kansas-record.html#storylink=cpy
Is it just me or are more and more bigger fish being caught? I wonder if it is global warming or are fish plotting to take over the world? :-)