COLORADO MAN BREAKS FISHING RECORD

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After 75 years, Colorado has a new state record for brook trout.

Tim Daniel, of Granby, Colorado, caught a 7.84-pound brook
trout in Monarch Lake in May. On Friday, Daniel’s catch was
recognized as a state record breaker by the Colorado Parks and
Wildlife (CPW).

The previous record for largest brook trout was set in 1947 with
a 7.63-pound fish. That was the state’s longest-standing fish
record, according to officials in a press release.

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