In Peoria, Illinois, Trino Díaz was enjoying the final day of his weekend fishing trip in a canal when he got one heck of a bite on his line. He told his fishing buddy Ryan Leren, "This feels like it could be a personal best." He wasn't wrong as he spent the next 45 minutes reeling in a 42-pound flat head catfish that pulled him a quarter mile down the canal as he fought with it, trying to tire it out. He said it was so big that only its head would fit in the net. And after a quick picture, Trino did what he always does - released the giant fish back into the waters. He said, "That's the fun of fishing. The fun is in the fight." He added, "I hope I do catch him again. That would be fun." (12 News)
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