What a catch! Texas angler reels in possible world record-breaking fish
PORT ARANSAS – A Texas angler could have broken a state and world record just after he reeled in a monster of a fish in Port Aransas previous 7 days.
Braden Sherron caught a gigantic cubera snapper, weighing in at a whopping 137 pounds, on June 3 in the Gulf of Mexico.
According to Port Aransas Fishermans Wharf, Sherron was freediving spearfishing when he caught the snapper. The fish was weighed in at Port Aransas Fishermans Wharf by Captain Dee Wallace.
“Shout out to Braden Sherron with this pending Texas and world document breaking cubera snapper,” the fishing firm claimed. “We are so grateful Braden selected Port Aransas Fisherman’s Wharf to weigh and consider photographs of this monster of a cubera snapper.”
The all-deal with environment record for cubera snappers was very last established in June 2007 in Back garden Lender, Louisiana by Marion Rose, according to the Worldwide Game Fish Affiliation. Her catch weighed in at 124 pounds.
According to point out fish documents from the Texas Park and Wildlife Department, the point out report was established on Aug. 8, 1963, by Ricky Preddy. His capture weighed in at 131 pounds and was also caught in the Gulf of Mexico.
The fishing business stated Sherron’s planet history is nevertheless pending, as he most likely won’t obtain phrase back for two to 3 months.
Sherron is an avid spearfisherman, in accordance to Port Aransas Fishermans Wharf. To see more of his adventures, you can pay a visit to his YouTube channel below.
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