Albino Catfish Record-Breaking
Albino Catfish Record-Breaking – A giant albino catfish discovered by Chris Grimmer on the River Ebro, near Barcelona, Spain. This fish broke the record as the largest albino catfish caught by fishing.
At that time, Chris followed a fishing tour. Initially, he did not expect the fish to bite-sized giant. Chris takes about 30 minutes to roll the rod string after that he threw the bait fish struck by this.
“It took a long time to pull it, like pulling a bus,” said Chris as the page loaded the Daily Mail.
“After that, I was very tired and could barely walk, but not in vain.”
This giant Albino Catfish has was a British fisherman a place in the record books. The whopper, caught by Chris Grimmer of Sheffield, is the largest albino catfish ever caught by a fisherman. The beast of 8 feet tilted the balance in 194 lb – 2 lb heavier that caught the previous best by blind fisherman Sheila Penfold last year. Chris spent 30 minutes trying to reel in the bagre blanco then took his bait. He and three friends had been the fishing trip of a week to the Ebro river, near Barcalona, Spain, when he obtained the record catfish. Albino Catfish was returned to the water safe and well after being surprised. The largest catfish ever caught in the world is an amazing lb 646 – or 46 stone – giant catfish of Mekong captured at Thailand in 2005.
Catfish were then weighed. Apparently, it weighs about 88 kg with a length of 2.4 meters. After weighing, the fish is then released back into rivers.
Meanwhile, the guide who organized the tour, Ashley Scott said it was convinced the catch had been a record-breaking biggest catfish by means of fishing. “We know the record catfish, so we immediately realized that it was a record,” said Scott.
Record for the largest albino catfish caught previously held by Sheila Penfold from London, England. He caught a catfish weighing 86 kilograms albino in October last year. However, the biggest catfish ever caught in the face of the earth is a giant catfish weighing 293 kg. This fish was caught in the Mekong River, Thailand in 2005. Albino Catfish Record-Breaking.