Jason Ren caught a bunch of crappie from a non-public lake in Vancouver, Canada, and used to be planning to invite a chum over for a cookout except he opened his cooler and re-examined his bewitch.
One particular crappie stood out from the rest. It used to be a 17-proceed dim crappie, and a attainable record in British Columbia.
Ren defined to Richmond Records: “I landed a bunch of fish and I on the beginning used to be thinking how to utilize lemon juice, pepper, and salt to turn them into a palatable meal on my capability residence. I used to be additionally planning to invite my buddy Tammy to my residence for dinner. But, it wasn’t except I opened the cooler and came upon this monster-size fish [that I realized it might be a record].
“I requested my fishing chums to prefer a observe, and they have been all shocked by the size of my fish.”
For the reason that B.C. record for dim crappie is 15 inches (caught by Roger Chen at Hatzic Lake on Sept. 26, 2015), Ren submitted his fish to Record Fish Canada for record consideration. So, his bewitch is a pending record.
Ren told Richmond Records he caught the fish on a lake in the Metro Vancouver location, together with, “It’s a non-public lake. The fish could develop so spacious because the lake has under no circumstances been disturbed by other fishermen.”
Photos courtesy of Jason Ren.