Cornell research group breaks fishing record it set itself

Cornell research group breaks fishing record it set itself
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Cornell’s Biological Field Station… ever heard of it?

It’s always exciting for anglers to set a new record. It’s even more exciting, however, when an angler sets a new record by breaking one they themselves had previously set.

Researchers at the Cornell Biological Field Station recently set a new local record in upstate New York while on a trip on Oneida Lake. The group posted about the record on its Facebook page, where it explained that researchers caught 20 sturgeon over the course of a three-day trip, one of which was reportedly the largest ever caught in the lake.

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According to the post, the record-setting fish weighed 159.4 pounds and measured 73.6-inches long. This broke the previous record of 139 pounds, which had been set back in 2019 by the Cornell Biological Field Station.

The various fish were reportedly caught across 12 different sites on the lake, from Three Mile Bay…

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