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Lake: Pueblo Reservoir
Fish: Flathead Catfish

Another Pueblo Res state record

Post By: kottob      Posted: 8/8/2017 7:03:55 PM     Points: 235    
Any else see this?

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 Reply by: RogBow      Posted: 8/8/2017 8:24:15 PM     Points: 2760
Wow very nice.
 Reply by: Doc      Posted: 8/8/2017 8:25:59 PM     Points: 482
Cool!...nice fish
 Reply by: dizzel      Posted: 8/8/2017 8:58:22 PM     Points: 25223
WOW, nice Flat for sure, I don't think that record will stand for long as I know there are bigger ones in there along with several other record species like the spotted bass and channel's and even smallmouths , a buddy of mine caught a fat black crappie in june that was over 18 inches and would have been close if not broke the state record (current record 3-7.84 lbs and 17.472 inches) he took a few pics and threw it back, when I told him it "could" have been a record he said "i aint interested" so it really don't surprise me. Very nice catch though.
 Reply by: bratfish      Posted: 8/9/2017 9:48:34 AM     Points: 1102
dizzel tell your buddy. good stuff. 🐳♻
i got a 24# channel. bigger are still there. 👍
 Reply by: SGM      Posted: 8/9/2017 2:02:50 PM     Points: 23217
Nice to see records broken and know that big fish are still around.
 Reply by: dizzel      Posted: 8/9/2017 9:26:35 PM     Points: 25223
Hey bratfish, I did, however I did tell him I would have took a picture of the fish next to a tape and a picture of the fish's weight on the scale, then put it back, I mean you have to have bragging rights amongst your friends and family right, after that comment he did whine a little lol, had he done that and it did break the record, he/someone can still say they broke the record, just not in the record books but the fish would live/reproduce.

I know this is like beating a dead horse but I think they should evaluate the method on how a fish needs to be identified to be considered a "record" i mean couldn't they just "clip" a part of one of the fins for the "DNA" to verify the species, and x-ray the body to check for "foreign" debris so the weight is verified..... there has to be a different way with todays technology so the fish doesn't need to die in the event that the person don't want to keep it.
 Reply by: bratfish      Posted: 8/10/2017 9:33:46 AM     Points: 1102
👍 dizz yes on both paragraphs.
especially second on a better way so fish doesn't die. 🙂
good stuff sir.
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