The latest issue of "The Splash," the official publication of the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame includes some interesting updates to its world angling records.
-- In the "Kept Fish" category:
A 90-pound big-head carp caught at Kirby Lake, Texas.
A 100-pound, 8-ounce blue catfish caught in the Congaree River in South Carolina.
A 5-pound, 8-ounce whitefish caught at Great Bear Lake in The Northwest Territories, Canada.
-- In the "Catch & Release" category:
A 57-inch blue catfish from the Missouri River in Kansas.
A 36-inch arctic char from an un-named river in Alaska.
A 15-inch crappie from Millsboro Pond in Delaware.
A 19-inch arctic grayling from Yathkyed Lake in The Northwest Territories, Canada.
A 56-inch muskie from the English River in Ontario, Canada.
A 48-inch blue-silver pike from Favorable Lake in Ontario, Canada.
A 54-inch Northern pike from Lake Athabasca in Saskatchewan, Canada.
A 40-inch chinook salmon from Indian River in Alaska.
A 61-inch sturgeon from Rainy River in Minnesota.
A 30-inch German brown trout from Milwaukee River in Wisconsin.
-- In the "Fly Fishing" category:
A 35-inch arctic char from an un-named river in Alaska.
A 52-inch Muskie from Nancy Lake in Wisconsin.
A 45-inch Northern Pike from Wollaston Lake in Saskatchewan, Canada.
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