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Offbeat Monster-Sized Fish Caught By Woman In Perth

17:42  14 march  2018
17:42  14 march  2018 Source:   ibtimes.com

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Monster - Sized Fish Caught By Woman Is Bigger Than Her [Photo] - www.ibtimes.com. Elcock, 68, was visiting son Simon and his wife Michelle at their home in Perth , Western Australia and didn’t expect to catch more than a small fish when she joined him on a charter.

Monster - Sized Fish Caught By Woman Is Bigger Than Her [Photo] - www.ibtimes.com. Elcock, 68, was visiting son Simon and his wife Michelle at their home in Perth , Western Australia and didn’t expect to catch more than a small fish when she joined him on a charter.

a fish swimming under water © Provided by IBT US Sue Elcock from England caught a mammoth fish that weighed 130 pounds on a fishing trip in Australia last week. Elcock, 68, while visiting her son in Perth reeled in more than a good time with her son when she hauled in a 5 ft, 4 inches long giant bass grouper.

On vacation in Australia, Elcock was staying with her son Simon and his wife Michelle in Perth when she decided to join Simon on a fishing expedition. Not a seasoned angler herself, Elcock, up until the unforgettable fishing expedition in Perth, was merely successful in baiting a snapper. So the catch came in as a surprise to her and her son.

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Monster - Sized Fish Caught By Woman Is Bigger Than Her [Photo] - www.ibtimes.com. Elcock, 68, was visiting son Simon and his wife Michelle at their home in Perth , Western Australia and didn’t expect to catch more than a small fish when she joined him on a charter.

Elcock who thought she had caught a “fair sized fish ” when she felt a tug on her reel, didn’t expect to wrangle the giant sea bass, which measured two inches bigger than the petite English woman , the The anglers in Perth caught the massive fish that turned out to be too big for the scales to measure it.

“Simon is an experienced sea angler and I have been out with him before when I have been visiting him and Michelle,” Sue told the Sun. “The biggest fish I’ve caught before was a snapper about a foot long and when this one took the bait on the bottom the tug on the line didn’t seem much.”

“I just couldn’t believe the size of it when it reared its head out the water. It was the size of a sofa,” Elcock added.

Elcock who thought she had caught a “fair sized fish” when she felt a tug on her reel, didn’t expect to wrangle the giant sea bass, which measured two inches bigger than the petite English woman, the Sun reported. After 40 minutes of reeling, her son and their fellow passengers hauled in a giant bass grouper.

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Sue Elcock from England caught a mammoth fish that weighed 130 pounds on a fishing trip in Australia last week. Elcock, 68, while visiting her son in Perth reeled in more than a good time with her son when she hauled in a 5 ft, 4 inches long giant bass grouper.

Monster - Sized Fish Caught By Woman Is Bigger Than Her [Photo] - www.ibtimes.com. Elcock, 68, was visiting son Simon and his wife Michelle at their home in Perth , Western Australia and didn’t expect to catch more than a small fish when she joined him on a charter.

“I just couldn’t believe the size of it when it reared its head out the water. It was the size of a settee,” Elcock said.

“Someone said you would need an awful lot of chips to go with a fish like that,” Elcock joked of her find. “But I’ve helped cut him up and get all that fish into the freezer. Simon and Michelle will be enjoying fish barbies for months when I’m long back in the U.K.”

How 68 year old Sue celebrates #internationalwomensday Go on a Reel Force Deep Drop Charter surrounded by 6 burly blokes and 2 #ReelForce crew. Smash back 2 beers as the men have barely wiped the sleep from there eyes. Have your first drop of the day. Bang!!!! Bring up a new boat record #bassgroper of 62kg

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