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Posted Mon Sep 1 2008: from National Post (Canada):
B.C. anglers catch a 70-year-old fish, 3.2 metres long, then release it
Rod Toth was on the river near Chilliwack, B.C., Aug. 27 when he hooked the massive sturgeon. For nearly three hours the five men wrestled to bring the sturgeon to the surface, taking turns cranking the reel, slowly hauling the fish through the murky water. "We didn't see it until the very end," Mr. Toth said. And when Mr. Toth's four clients finally laid eyes on the sturgeon, well, some language is best left on the river, the guide said.... On shore they tagged the fish, held onto its rough skin for the mother of all fish photos and released the sturgeon.
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