Huge catches that made headlines in 2022

Huge catches that made headlines in 2022
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Fishing tournaments may be exciting …

Yet the record-breaking catches that are caught by unsuspecting recreational anglers are moments that could inspire new fishing hobbyists and professionals for years to come.

As 2022 nears its end, here are 10 fishing records that made headlines.

Check out this list.

Boramy, a stingray that was found to be the world’s largest freshwater fish, weighed 661 pounds in June 2022. She was measured and tagged before she was released back into the Mekong River of northern Cambodia.

A group of fishermen caught a 661-pound freshwater stingray in the Mekong River of northern Cambodia on June 13, according to Reuters.

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The 13-foot-long stingray was reportedly named Boramy (meaning “full moon” in Khmer) by locals, and she was deemed the world’s largest freshwater fish by Guinness World Records.

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