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SportAngler lands enormous catfish, knows mom would have been proud

21:15  11 january  2019
21:15  11 january  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Are you a passionate angler , an avid collector? Do you roam the seas and lakes and oceans in search of Becoming an Angler has various implications, the first of which being that you will sacrifice the bulk of You know , as an Angler , that some people out there are trying to level up their Cooking but

A large variety of air-breathing catfish . Its near-frictionless scales allow it to swim through the sand as a normal fish would through the water. As it traverses the sands, it will swallow a great deal of the stuff, filling the creature's belly and making it appear much larger than it actually is .

Angler lands enormous catfish, knows mom would have been proud© File Photo File Photo Fishing has always been fun for Jake Moore, but after his mom was diagnosed with lung cancer about a year ago, fishing became an integral part of his life.

"I've always fished, but I hunted more than I fished," Moore, a 36-year-old Kentucky sportsman, told the State Journal. "Then my mom got really sick [and] hunting wasn't enough action for me. So I started fishing, and it helped me. I'd go fishing every day. It occupied my mind and kept it off what she was going through."

Last Sunday, while fishing in the Kentucky River, Moore caught and released a 93-pound blue catfish. It was a personal best, one of the largest caught in the state, 11 pounds shy of a record that has stood since 1999.

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Angling is a method of fishing by means of an "angle" ( fish hook). The hook is usually attached to a fishing line and the line is often attached to a fishing rod. Modern fishing rods are usually fitted with a fishing reel that functions as a mechanism for storing, retrieving and paying out the line.

LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — A few local fishermen recently pulled in a major catch on the Gravois arm of the Lake. Warsaw-area resident Mark Bales said he and a couple of friends were using a modified form of “jug fishing ” when they landed a 47-pound catfish , a 25-pound catfish

Angler lands enormous catfish, knows mom would have been proud© File Photo File Photo

Immediately afterward, Moore glanced to the heavens.

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"When I finally got it to the bank I laid down beside it, out of breath, looking up in the sky, knowing she was looking down smiling," he told For The Win Outdoors. "I shed a few tears as well."

Moore's mom died last Nov. 18. He had been fishing, to clear his mind, when word arrived that her condition had worsened. He rushed to her side.

"I gave her a hug, and she said, 'You stink. You smell like fish,'" Moore recalled to the State Journal. "Those were her last words to me, but that's OK because she knew I liked to fish."

Moore has since maintained his passion for fishing, using the nickname "Crankinstein Moore," in reference to how often he cranks his fishing reel. His motto, "Rippin' lips and giving tips," alludes to his angling proficiency and a willingness to help others catch more fish.

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A British angler is celebrating after landing one of the biggest freshwater fishes ever caught in Europe. Alan Melhuish spent just half an hour reeling in a catfish weighing more Bringing the cat in: The fish was left on a 100m fish -line overnight before being landed and weighed the next morning.

An angler is dragged into a lake during a two-hour battle to land a monster catfish . Nick Simmonds, secretary of the British Record (Rod-Caught) Fish Committee, said no records had been kept for the Wels catfish since October 2000 because it was a non-native species.

Moore, who used shad to bait the 93-pound catfish, said he has caught 10 catfish weighing between 30 and 70 pounds in the past four months.

"I fish every single day, even if it's just for 30 minutes," he said. "And I think about her every trip."

-Catfish images are courtesy of Jake "Crankinstein" Moore

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