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    Default Unofficial World Record Brown

    Hi manne!!

    Just a bit of info...

    Here's a pic of the unofficial world record that was caught on Wednesday, the 9th!!!

    It was caught on the Manistee River...

    What a monster!!!
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    on fly or on spinner?
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    My mate in the US sent me something about it. The fish was 41 1/2 lbs and was caught from a guided boat trolling a crankbait in the river - it beat the previous Michigan record by a few lbs.
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    What a beaut!!! U sure it didn't take a crab?
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    And it looks like the guy who caught it was wearing dark grey or green polaroids...bang goes my theory about amber...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris williams View Post
    And it looks like the guy who caught it was wearing dark grey or green polaroids...bang goes my theory about amber...
    Too sharp for words or is it too sharp for amber
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris williams View Post
    My mate in the US sent me something about it. The fish was 41 1/2 lbs and was caught from a guided boat trolling a crankbait in the river - it beat the previous Michigan record by a few lbs.
    I also think so.thanks




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    Quote Originally Posted by teresap989 View Post
    I also think so.thanks




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    I also think so thanks
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