Gavin Campbell, a native of Council Bluffs, Iowa, was out ice fishing at Lake Manawa back in January when something unexpected happened. The 24-year-old felt one of the most vigorous tugs he's ever felt while on the ice. Turns out he had hooked a 34-pound flathead catfish - the biggest fish he's ever caught while ice fishing. Campbell told Field & Stream it was a fight, unlike anything he'd ever seen through the ice. It was constant power. His Instagram-posted pic with the 40 inches 34-pound catfish in front of red, and orange sunset caught the attention of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, which congratulated him on the monster catch. (Outsider)
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