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Old March 27th, 2014, 08:15 PM posted to alt.fishing.catfish
Garrison Hilliard
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Default Get a load of this big catch, and help us analyze the video.

We had to share this awesome fishing video with you, even though we
can’t understand a word of it. Filmed in Italy’s Po River, this
monster Wels Catfish was ready to battle for hours it seems before he
got too tired and finally gave in. We’re unsure what the guys in the
boat are saying, but what we do know is that what’s on the end of this
guy’s line was a monster. Literally.

After a little hunting, we were able to track down this master angler.
His name is Yuri Grisendi, and it seems like catching big, fat Wels
Catfish is kind of his favorite thing to do. He has countless
record-breaking catches, as well as the video proof to back it up
floating around YouTube. He is the host of Catfishing Around the
World.

Interesting and kind of funny how he strokes the fish during the
video, but it’s mostly a gesture of kindness to calm the massive fish
before he releases it to roam the waters once more.
Wels Catfish are also known as a sheatfish, and can be found in
central, southern, and eastern Europe, near the Baltic and Caspian
Seas. It has also appeared as far as from the United Kingdom, to east
to Kazakhstan, and south all the way to Greece.
Anyone know more about them? Have you ever gotten a chance to catch
one?

http://www.wideopenspaces.com/giant-..._content=Final

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Old March 27th, 2014, 08:19 PM posted to alt.fishing.catfish
Garrison Hilliard
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Default Get a load of this big catch, and help us analyze the video.

On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 15:15:42 -0400, Garrison Hilliard
wrote:

We had to share this awesome fishing video with you, even though we
can’t understand a word of it. Filmed in Italy’s Po River, this
monster Wels Catfish was ready to battle for hours it seems before he
got too tired and finally gave in. We’re unsure what the guys in the
boat are saying, but what we do know is that what’s on the end of this
guy’s line was a monster. Literally.

After a little hunting, we were able to track down this master angler.
His name is Yuri Grisendi, and it seems like catching big, fat Wels
Catfish is kind of his favorite thing to do. He has countless
record-breaking catches, as well as the video proof to back it up
floating around YouTube. He is the host of Catfishing Around the
World.

Interesting and kind of funny how he strokes the fish during the
video, but it’s mostly a gesture of kindness to calm the massive fish
before he releases it to roam the waters once more.
Wels Catfish are also known as a sheatfish, and can be found in
central, southern, and eastern Europe, near the Baltic and Caspian
Seas. It has also appeared as far as from the United Kingdom, to east
to Kazakhstan, and south all the way to Greece.
Anyone know more about them? Have you ever gotten a chance to catch
one?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHBqdnMZHDs

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