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michigan fisherman sets new record with 48-pound black buffalo fish

by:Kenwei      2019-08-19
A fisherman in Michigan broke state records after capturing a giant black buffalo fish.
Brandonn Kramer was fishing on the Grande River around 11: 30 on May 25. m.
According to The Detroit News, when he caught a fish.
Muslim families claim that with the help of his friend Shawn Grawbarger, Red Lobster employees discriminate against them on Ramadan requests, and Kramer was able to binge on the 46th. 54-pound, 39. 75-inch record-breaking catch.
The natural resources department of the State Council confirmed the record on social media Thursday.
The previous record was created in 2015 by a 44-pound Black Buffalo.
54 pounds and 38.
5 inch, caught in the same area of Ottawa County.
DNR wrote in a Facebook post that the simple trick of barbecue beer canned chicken \"if you\'re a record searcher, this could be a great place to try fishing . \".
In Michigan, records of fish are set by weight only and identification must be verified by DNR Fisheries biologists.
Follow us on FACEBOOK and learn more about Fox lifestyle. The fish also needs to be weighed on a commercial scale, as found in the grocery store or meat market, and according to the DNR website, the business name for completing the job must be included in the entry.
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