Teen Caught A Potential Texas Record Longnose Gar But Released It

Texas Teen Catches Potential State Record Longnose Gar But Releases It So It Can Keep Growing
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  • A teenage angler in Texas caught a Longnose Gar that could’ve been a potential state fishing record but he opted to release the fish back into the wild
  • The Longnose Gar was caught while fishing Lake Sam Rayburn near the Texas-Louisiana border and it’s a truly spectacular looking fish
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A teenage angler in Texas nearly fished his way into the state fishing record book after landing a massive Longnose Gar. 16-year-old Callan Frazier was fishing Lake Sam Rayburn near the Texas and Louisiana border on April 25th when he reeled in the potential record-setting fish.

Instead of keeping the fish just to try and get in the record books, he opted to release it. The Longnose Gar went back into the water after taking some photographs so the prehistoric specimen could go get even bigger and potentially lead to giant offspring.

Teen Caught A Potential Texas State Record Longnose Gar But Released It

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