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New record in Canada

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This is the new record in Canada.. He caught it on Rainy Lake

Check this thing out.. The last picture is unbelievable!

This guy (in the photos below), was fishing and caught

a 36" Pike - as he was reeling it in, a 56" Pike tried to eat it!!!!!

He brought them both in on the same net.

Awesome catch on a Lake in Canada - 55 lbs- 56 inches

I have photos but dont know how to transfer them from email to here...

Anyone else see this???

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if its the one I think it is it been circling the web for quite awhile.

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That story is definitely fake and has been circling the web for a few years now. I believe it was originally caught over in Europe, but through the internet it winds up being caught all over the place.

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Read about it here

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yep thats it I guess I am a little behind..... o well story of my life...

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I expect this post like the coming of the seasons. It just isn't a year on FM without seeing it.

Last year they managed to wait until opening weekend to make up the new story.

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Is this the picture you are referring to:

Hugepike.jpg

The other one of a monster pike is from Sweden....cool picture nonetheless.

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I saw this last year on my email at work, I took a picture of my son and copyed him in to the one holding the fish in the boat,pretty funny, when I showed it to him his responce was wow when did I catch that???LOL

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