He held on for more than half a century: in Minnesota, a man caught a 1.5-meter fish and broke a state record (photo)

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 He held on for more than half a century: in Minnesota, a man caught a 1.5 meter fish and broke a state record (photo)

27-year-old Nolan Sprengeler was engaged fishing on Lake Mille Lacs.

In Minnesota, a fisherman caught a 25-kilogram muksun and thereby broke the state record, which was held for 64 years.

This writes the edition of Yahoo News.

Nolan Sprengeler, 27, was fishing on Mille Lacs. Together with his comrades, he enjoyed the rest, according to him, probably for the last time. Because the pond is about to become too ice-covered. At some point, the guy felt that something weighty had pecked on his fishing tackle.

“I didn't realize how huge this fish is until I pulled it out of the net. I immediately called Kevin to help with the photos. He measured an incredible 57.75 inches (almost 150 centimeters – ed .) In length, ”wrote Nolan Sprengeler on his social media page.

Subsequently, when the fish was weighed, it turned out that the fisherman broke the record that had been held up to this point for 64 years.

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