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Michigan Man Reels In Giant Goldfish

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Michigan Man Reels In Giant Goldfish

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Michigan Man Reels In Giant Goldfish

Michigan Man Reels In Giant Goldfish

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Fishing at Lake St Claire, Michigan, last weekend, Mike Martin caught a goldfish big enough to mount on his wall. It weighed more than three pounds and was nearly 15 inches long.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. I have goldfish. They're small. On the other hand, my goldfish don't live in a lake, or at least one has gotten very, very big.

Fishing at Lake St. Claire, Michigan last weekend, Mark Martin reeled in a goldfish big enough to mount on his wall. Most likely dumped by a former owner, it weighed more than three pounds and is nearly 15 inches long. It might be a record catch, if Michigan kept records on goldfish.

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