Mar 14, 2015 8:53 AM

Fish and Game officials announce 2014 biggest catch honors

The Associated Press

CONCORD (AP) - Fish and Game officials say four records were set during the 2014 New Hampshire Trophy Fish Program.

The annual program invites people who fish to submit detailed information of their catches. Sixty-three people accepted the invitation last year.

Mike Radziszewski of Campbell Hall, New York, set a record with his nearly 3.4-pound winter flounder. Jooson Kim of North Hampton caught a record common white sucker from Pawtuckaway Lake in Nottingham and former Fish and Game Commissioner G. Ritchie White of Rye caught a record black sea bass in Portsmouth.

James Matheson of Claremont briefly held the record for a channel catfish caught in the Connecticut River in Hinsdale, only to see it broken by Dave Kellam of Exeter with his catch in the same river in the same town.


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