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Chris Kimble with state record longnose gar

Chris Kimble with state record longnose gar

While bowfishing on April 5, Chris Kimble of Thomas, Okla. harvested a 35-pound, 9-ounce longnose gar at Bull Shoals. Kimble’s fish set the state record for longnose gar taken by alternative methods. The fish measured 65 ½ inches in length and had a girth of 20 ¾ inches.

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Eric Whitehead shot state record bowfin

Eric Whitehead shot state record bowfin

Eric Whitehead of Puxico shot this state record bowfin by bow on March 8, 2013, at the MDC Duck Creek Conservation Area.

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Indiana angler catches state-record quillback

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John Burke Sets Gizzard Shad Record

John Burke Sets Gizzard Shad Record

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports that angler John Burke of Crestwood set the first fishing record for 2015 with a 1-lb. 14-oz. gizzard shad measuring 17 inches caught by pole and line on Feb. 1 from Jefferson Lake in St. Louis. The previous pole-and-line record for gizzard shad was 1 lb. 6 oz. set in 2001.

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Malta Bend man lands record 120-pound blue catfish with trotline

Malta Bend man lands record 120-pound blue catfish with trotline

Burr Edde III breaks 50-year Missouri record for blue catfish caught using alternative method.

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State-Record Quillback caught by David Weaver

MDC congratulates David Weaver of Strafford on new state-record quillback

For more on state record fish, visit the MDC website at http://mdc.mo.gov/fishing/state-record-fish.

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Chris Kimble with state record longnose gar

Oklahoma angler gets state-record longnose gar

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Record Setting Spotted Sucker

Poplar Bluff man sets new state record with spotted sucker

Tyler Goodale of Poplar Bluff reeled in a record setting spotted sucker at Duck Creek Conservation Area.

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Malta Bend man lands record 120-pound blue catfish with trotline

Record Blue Catfish

Burr Edde III (left) of Malta Bend stands with his 120-pound-8-ounce record blue catfish hanging from a scale. His stepson Lucas Miller is on the right.

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