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A colourful blue fish was carried off to what was presumably a passing by a absolute osprey, a hulk talons retaining a pancake-shaped sea quadruped as a bird’s golden-yellow eyes pierce a camera. That’s what photographer and bird viewer Michiel Oversteegen prisoner on his camera nearby Arashi Beach, Aruba.
A British male reeled in a 232-pound canopy fish in Thailand final month — a reportedly record-breaking distance believed to be a world’s largest held canopy fish.
John Harvey, 42, was fishing during a lake in Jun when he prisoner a complicated Siamese carp.
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“It was a flattering still day for fishing. Then, during around 4:30 p.m., a transport rod screened off so we ran over to a rod, and true divided felt it was a unequivocally large fish,” Harvey told Devon Live. “I’ve finished fishing for a while now and we can tell if it’s large or not from a bait.”
John Harvey, center, says he held a 232-pound canopy fish in Thailand.
Harvey pronounced “it was really slow, hard, complicated fish,” and remarkable he “had to hang on to it for one hour 20 mins that was flattering nerve-racking.”
According to a news outlet, Harvey’s fish outweighed a prior record-breaker by 10 pounds.
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The man, who pronounced he’s lived in Thailand for 14 years, pronounced a photos of a fish “do not do it probity during all.”
“It was amazing. I’ve never held a canopy that weighed over 100 pounds before,” Harvey said. “I only wish to go out there and suffer it. People transport a universe perplexing to locate a biggest fish, though that takes a fun out of it.”