Records were made to be broken and Bo and Martin were just the hard core fisherman from Denmark to do it! They had been training hard all week on the Vedder River battling spring, chum, coho and pink salmon with one objective - To catch a new personal world record sturgeon on the last day of their fishing vacation with Fraser Legends Fishing. Even they didn't expect what was coming!
The day started well and the 6th fish in the first two hours stole line off the rod like a thief on the run. The battle lasted almost an hour when the 192 cm (6.3 ft) fish with an 80 cm girth was finally landed. It was just short of their 200 cm minimum personal best goal. But the fish kept coming and as the hours ticked by the numbers kept climbing and a Fraser Legends Fishing one day record of total number and total length of sturgeon caught started to look within reach. Bo and Martin were like machines, competing with each other and with the record. After the 21st fish of the day was landed, the record was only a few catches away and though their arms and backs were burning they pressed on and in the end, landed 23 fish with an astounding 27.5 meters total combined length of sturgeon in one day! Not only that, five of the fish were between 5 feet and 6.3 feet and this does not count the seven addional fish that were hooked and successfully freed themselves before we could boat them, including one that surely exceeded that coveted 200 cm mark. Well done Bo and Martin! As the sun set, they vowed that they would be back!
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My name is Peter Krahn and I want to welcome you to Fraser Legends Fishing Blog. We look forward to keeping up with all our friends as we pursue good times and tight lines!