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This is one BIG catfish!

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Wow. I'll need a much larger frying pan for that one!

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That's incredible :blink:

You could feed everyone in metro Atlanta for a month on that monster !

FWIW, here's Alabama's largest :

http://www.alabamagameandfish.com/al_aa060103a/

"Wheeler Lake, a section of the Tennessee River below Lake Guntersville, is not only where McKinley caught his record blue catfish in 1996, but it's also where Sammy Springer of Rogersville landed a 132-pound blue with a gill net that same year."

Locally, the largest I've heard are in the 90+ range.

At the state park in Jackson, MS, there's an aquarium exhibit with a 50+ pound albino catfish: pearl_river.jpg

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Michigan's largest fish was caught from Mullett Lake, which is near the northern tip of the lower peninsula, right off of I-75. It was a Sturgeon that was 7 feet, 3 inches long & weighed in at 193 pounds!

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Michigan's largest fish was caught from Mullett Lake, which is near the northern tip of the lower peninsula, right off of I-75. It was a Sturgeon that was 7 feet, 3 inches long & weighed in at 193 pounds!

Do you have a pic of that?

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Do you have a pic of that?

No, I don't have a pic....or at least I couldn't find one last night. I'll run a few searches later to see what I can come up with.

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