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On July 20, 2010, a yet to be certified new world record blue catfish was . broke the previous blue catfish record of 121.5 Lbs caught from Lake Texoma, Texas. . and blue cats are noted for feeding beneath marauding schools of striped bass .
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World Record Catfish - Santee Cooper Cats. . This World Record Mekong Catfish was caught in a remote part of Northern . World Record - Flathead Catfish .
Blue catfish receives world record status from the IGFA
Aug 10, 2005 . IGFA recognizes new world record blue cat. . a 121 pound blue catfish caught in Lake Texoma, Texas, by Cody Mullennix in January, 2004.
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Nov 19, 2011 . The Lake Texoma blue cat weighed 121 1/2 pounds. It remains the biggest blue cat caught in Texas, but Mullenix's world record has .
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The Mullennix catfish will also apparently break the Texas unrestricted state . may also be the apparent world record blue cat in the 10 kg (20-pound) line class , .
Texas State Record Catfish - 121.6 Lbs - World Record Blue Catfish
North Texas Catish Guide Service offers guided catfishing trips for Blue Catfish, . "Splash," the new world-record blue catfish (who weighed in at 121.5 pounds .
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Jun 20, 2011 . Fishing Pictures by GoFISHn Team - New World Record Blue Catfish Caught in Virginia. Catfish records of . Check out this big Texas record.
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tips on jugline fishing and where to find catfish in central Texas. . Made famous for blue cats after producing the world record in 2004, a 121.5-pound fish caught .
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Lake Texoma blue catfish potential world record! . angler Cody Mullennix caught a 121-pound, eight-ounce blue catfish on the Texas side of Lake Texoma.