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Anybody else hear the rumor of a new record, 9lbs 6 oz. Taken on a lakle in the Alex area. Late last week. Story goes, he missed the bigger of the two, caught the 9-6. I know the name of the lake, but will wait to see if anybody else can confirm.

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I heard the same thing fishing in a tournament this weekend on the Chain in Alexandria everyone was talking about it. I also know the lake and heard the same story so who knows!

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Want to enlighten the rest of us............initials? Exact GPS coordinates...

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haha thats whats funny about it the guy that "supposedly" caught it and had the bigger one get off and he goes around telling everyone the lake the everything. If I caught a state record fish see if I tell you all the details! haha lol

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Ah, the opener fish tale it is. Did the piggie first attack his trolling motor?

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If it is the lake mentioned, it is very possible. Big fish taken out of it every year. Agape, where are you? confirm or dispel this fish tale. If it is true, I guess the other thread on where the next state record will come from is answered. Central MN.

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I always question one thing. If a said person caught a state record bass but names a different lake as to deter people from pressuring the original lake, wouldn't that be falsifying info on the record application. That would be automatic disqualify as a state record for falsifying.

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I heard the same "dock talk" at both tournaments we fished this weekend. I guess we will just have to wait and see. The lake mentioned does hold pigs, but...

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I have a friend of a friend whose wifes cousin's daughters husbands son was actually there when it happened! smile

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I have a friend of a friend whose wifes cousin's daughters husbands son was actually there when it happened! smile

WOW, I'm impezzed. cool

Can I have yer autygraf? shocked

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Its short of quieted down around the Alexandria area about it but people are still talking i'm starting to think its a fib.

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If it's official, it'd be announced on the DNR site. Looks like it's another story, just like every year.

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Hey guys I'm the one that caught it but I chose not to officially register it. It weighed 9-8 on my de-liar. I didn't think to take any pictures until after I'd already ate it! Oops!

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How could you have caught it when I did?

It was 10-12 and I decided to let it go as it was illegall hooked (not in the mouth).

Funny, someone claims they caught a world's record bass and used a simular story. The only picture they took was the guy "straight arming" a bass. Nice fish, but the straight arm made it look silly. And, not a world record.

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