He continues to catch big fish.
A new fishing state has been approved in Florida. The previous record was set in 1993 and has stood tall ever since.
Felipe Prieto caught a peacock butterfly in Broward County Lake. According to A. Press release of the Florida Commission on Fish and Wildlife, the fish weighs 9.11 pounds and is 23 5/16 inches long.
The previous state record of £ 9.08 was set in 1993.
The rare fish, last found at OHIO CREEK in 1957, was declared extinct
“New state record” Florida FWC wrote about this on Facebook. “Fisherman Felipe Prieto has disappeared in the beauty of a butterfly peacock bass that weighs 9.11 pounds and is 23 and 5/16 inches long! replaces. “
FWC Commission Chairman Rodney Barreto said, “The butterfly peacock bass is a colorful, lightning-fast and fierce fighter. Fishermen from all over the country come here to catch peacock bass. .
It’s just a record-breaking fish.
As Acesparks previously reported, George Hanakis of Perth Amboy caught 23 grams, 8 ounces of Gray Tilefish on Sept. 1. The fish was 34 inches long and 25 inches tall.
The New Jersey Department of Fish and Wildlife has officially recognized the fish as a new state record. This was reported by the department on Facebook to give, Hanakis ’fish surpassed the previous state record by 4 ounces.
NJ DFW wrote: “The Department of Fish and Wildlife is pleased to announce an officially certified and saline state record. George Hanakis of Perth Ambo set a new state record of ‘Gray Tilefish’ on September 1, 2021. Fish weighing 23 pounds 8 ounces, it held the previous state record by 4 ounces and was 34 “long by 25”. Howard Bogan of George Jamaica fished from a boat he captained. when he caught a tile fish with a Shimano Terez stick, a Gamakatsu charm, and a 100-pound test-wrapped Daiwa reel. “