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    New Indiana record goldeye
    Location: Indiana

    A new state-record goldeye has been certified by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

    Brian Crockett from Terre Haute caught the Wabash River fish March 26. The fish weighed 2.16 pounds, and stretched a little more than 17 inches from lip to tail.

    The goldeye record has been broken four times since 2003. Goldeye resemble shad or herrings, and are found in the Mississippi River drainage and in Canada, where they are considered a delicacy.

    News Source: Indiana DNR - Dec. 07, 2006

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