Kansas man smashes state fishing record with 64-pound smallmouth buffalo: 'Whoa!'

Posted on AllSides June 8th, 2023
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The Kansas state fishing record for a smallmouth buffalo has finally been broken after 44 years. Thayne Miller, an angler from Topeka, Kansas, recently caught a 64.75-pound smallmouth buffalo from the Clinton Reservoir, five miles west of the City of Lawrence on the K-10 Highway. The Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks shared news of Miller’s record-breaking catch on the agency’s Facebook and Twitter account on Wednesday, June 7. Miller reportedly caught the smallmouth buffalo with bowfishing equipment, and the fish measured 45.25 inches in length and 35 inches in...

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