It may take a while, but every record gets broken.
Over the past year, more people have been out fishing than normal. This has resulted in a lot of new records being set, sometimes only months after the previous record had been set.
One angler in Montana, however, broke a record that had been set over 10 years ago.
NEW YORK MAN CATCHES, THEN RELEASES, POSSIBLE RECORD-BREAKING BASS
The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks posted about the record-breaking fish on Facebook, announcing that Brandon Wright’s name was being added to the books. According to the post, he caught the fish last Saturday while on a trip to Lake Elmo.
Wright reportedly used a worm on a hook to catch a 22.5-inch-long largemouth bass that weighed in at 9.575 pounds.
The previous record had been set in 2009.
According to Wright, this is the first largemouth bass he’s ever caught and he plans on having the memorable fish mounted by a taxidermist.
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