Angler Adam Garcia has added another potential record cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki) to his resume, with this incredible 10.88 kg (24 lb) fish he pulled from Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA on April 17th. Garcia caught the potential record cutthroat casting a Marabou jig from his light tackle spinning outfit.

After a nice fight, Garcia managed to land, document and release the fish – the potential new men’s 6 kg (12 lb) line class world record, which currently stands at 6.35 kg (14 lb).

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