On June 30th we received a submission to our Big Fish List, a database of our member’s notable fish catches, for a 2.355 pound bluegill caught at Lake Murray that same day. A couple days later, I received a private message from a member (fishbreath) raising doubt to the species of the fish, stating he believed it to be a redear sunfish. Taking a second glance at the pictures that were included with the submission, the fish displayed several attributes of a redear sunfish, but also lacked the most obvious, the tell-tale sign of a redear, the red ear.
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Redear sunfish record broken at Lake Murray
405.2 pound Yellowfin Tuna officially approved as all-tackle world record
Ed Zieralski of the Union Tribune has reported that Mike Livingston’s application for the Yellowfin Tuna All-Tackle Word Record has…
New (pending) World Record Yellowfin Tuna weighed in San Diego
As we reported on Wednesday, the Vagabond out of Fisherman’s Landing in Point Loma had a very big tuna onboard…