Here’s one that will give trout purists a nightmare:
Otwin Kandolf caught what could prove to be a world-record brown trout while fishing in the milky waters of a New Zealand canal.
Why was a brown trout in such a place? It was feeding on pellets near a salmon farm.
The fish that Kandolf said looked like a “submarine” checked in at 42 pounds, 1 ounce. That surpasses the world record of 41-8, but, as of now, no one knows if this New Zealand monster will be certified as a new record.
Go here to see a video about the catch.