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Kenneth Walker

Columbus Ohio



I caught this beast in 15-20 ft. of water in very swift current in the Red River in Manitoba. It fought for 10 min., felt like I'd never land it. What a blast! My first fish ever over 20 lbs. (i'm guessing). And definitely first over 3 ft. long.

Species: Channel Catfish

Date Caught: 06/06/2013


Kept / Released: Released

Region of Catch: Region 4

Length: 36


Weight:

Lure / Bait used: Bait | Cut Goldeye

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