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What is the largest fish you have caught in MO?


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72 pound flathead from Bull Shoals on a jig, 10 pound line.

6 oz blue gill.

Haven't figured out how to post pictures yet but will try to get my 10 year old granddaughter to show me how. Caught a big brown at Bennett Springs in 2003 that depending on which scale you bel

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As far as I can remember it's a 9 pound common carp from the Meramec river. Though there was also a similar sized channel cat from the Missouri river that I didn't weight but seemed close. Both on a medium-heavy rod with 20 pound line. Also had a nice Blue cat once in Illinois that might have nudged out the Missouri top ones so far.

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Biggest trout is in my sig, 28" Rainbow caught just below the Rebar Hole on Taney.  Caught a grass carp that was about 3' long at Sunnen Lake (YMCA Trout Lodge), no idea on weight but the 8 lb line on the Zebco 33 didn't seem like enough the first few minutes of the battle.  It was a show from the bank and the crowd gathered.  No camera, and let it go.  

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Common carp around 15 pounds on 4# line.  Was trout fishing and kept seeing this carp in the hole swimming around.  I think I actually snagged it on the side of the mouth.  Had my boy with me at the time.  He was like 5 then and I let him reel it in! :)  

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