New fishing record category created in North Carolina after angler reels in ‘exceptionally large’ fish

New fishing record category created in North Carolina after angler reels in 'exceptionally large' fish
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The only thing better than breaking a record is creating a new one from scratch.

A fisherman in North Carolina caught a large red hind fish in early October. After reviewing the catch, state officials decided to create a new record category and award the top spot to the new fish.

Matthew Parr now holds the North Carolina record for red hind.
(N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries)

Matthew Parr now holds the North Carolina record for red hind, according to a statement from the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries. He caught the fish in early October, but officials only recently determined that the new record had been set.

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Prior to this, the state did not have any records listed for this type of fish. It decided to create a new category after it determined that this fish was “exceptionally large” for North Carolina.

Parr’s fish, which was caught on October 1 near Cape Lookout, weighed 7-pounds, 1.6 ounces and measured 21.5 inches…

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