Fishing is an easy method return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers and to find serenity of your head. To others, it’s a tedious reason to hang out with mosquitoes and after that sometimes (if you”re lucky) pull seamonsters onto your boat and fight them until they suffocate before your eyes. Have a look at these awesome creatures professional fishermen have got and rejoice which you didn”t have to!
In 2009, Japanese fisherman, Manabu Kurita, got a 22lb. 4oz. largemouth bass, tying the world record set in 1932. The bass itself now holds the record for singing Bobby McFarren”s “Don”t Worry, Be Happy” in the deepest of baritones.
Raymond Houtmans got the biggest tigerfish ever recorded at 97lb. in 1988. Judging by his face in the picture, we presume it was done from red hot revenge.
Greg Bernal in 2010 did the record for biggest blue catfish ever got. The fish weighed 130lb. and is disgusting to look at.
Keiki Hamasaki got this giant trevally at a record size of 160lb. Subsequently, according to the picture, probably worked it into his breakdance routine.
This alligator gar (that is seemingly a name for a fish) was shot with a bow and arrow by John Paul Morris, son of the CEO of Bass Pro Shop. What the hell has your son done, Michael Sports-Authority Sr.?
In 2005, some fishermen in Thailand got the biggest Mekong giant catfish at 646lb. Now, I”m no scientist… but I”m fairly certain that”s a dinosaur.
Lou Marron got the biggest swordfish at 1,182lb. in 1953. They used to string big fish upward like they were dethroned dictators.
At 1,402lb. the biggest Atlantic Blue Marlin was captured by Paulo Amorim. However, I wish those youthful graffiti-joyful road vandals had waited until the image was shot.
Ken Fraser won the record for getting the biggest Atlantic Bluefin Tuna weighing in at 1,496 lbs. He allow it to go and he was allowed by the fish !
(via: totalprosports.com) If you understand anyone who fishes or ADORES to take a look at images of superb nasty aquatic creatures, give this a share on Facebook.