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rainy river monster~
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Pic sent to me from a friend that claims they caught a state record sturgeon 73"s,30" girth (released) can anyone confirm?

Posted on: 2018/5/8 10:32
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Re: rainy river monster~
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Why you need confirm, don't trust your friend? Let's see this monster post the pic

Posted on: 2018/5/8 14:07
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Re: rainy river monster~
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If in fact this is a record fish one would think it be news worthy.

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Posted on: 2018/5/9 11:56
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Re: rainy river monster~
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Boat in the background is registered in OK. Not impossible obviously, but seems a little strange?

Posted on: 2018/5/9 14:56
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Re: rainy river monster~
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That certainly looks plausible to me. Based on those measurements it would beat the current state record and C&R record. However, that record is kind of lake the muskellunge record in that there have been cases where bigger fish have been caught but not submitted to make the record books. In fact, there have probably been more record breaking sturgeon caught than muskies. Regardless, that's a heck of a fish.

Oh, and it would only be news if someone informed the news to make it news.

Posted on: 2018/5/9 15:07
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Re: rainy river monster~
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Beauty of a fish , A very old one at that .
Hey there whateversbitin , not strange at all , as I saw boats licensed in Wisconsin , Iowa , Missouri, and North Dakota in one day on the river this year while Walleye fishing , so why not Oklahoma ? I bet you think the cup is half empty too . Why so negative ?

Posted on: 2018/5/9 15:55
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