Kansas state fishing record broken with 64-pound fish

Kansas state fishing record broken with 64-pound fish
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Matthew Self and Brian Dulle

Photo Courtesy: Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks

TOPEKA, Kan. — A Topeka, Kansas man has his name etched into the state history books with a new record-breaking catch out of a local reservoir.

Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks says Thayne Miller caught a smallmouth buffalo weighing in at 64.75 pounds, measuring 45.25 inches long and with a girth of 35 inches.

Miller caught the monster fish on April 27 out of Clinton Reservoir near Lawrence using bowfishing equipment.

KDWP says the last state record in Kansas for smallmouth buffalo was set in 1979 by Scott Butler, of Lawrence, when he pulled in a 51-pound, 41-inch smallmouth buffalo from a private farm in Douglas County.

A fish can end up as a new Kansas state record if it meets the following requirements:

  • The fish is…

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