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Breaking: Okla. Paddlefish May Be New World Record

The Sooner State's recent run of huge paddlefish continues with 146.7-pounder caught at Keystone Lake.

Okla. Paddlefish May Be New World Record

Edmond, Okla., angler James Lukehart decided only six days ago to book a paddlefishing trip on Oklahoma’s Keystone Lake. It was a great decision since 45 minutes into the trip, he snagged what appears to be a new world record paddlefish weighing 146 pounds, 11 ounces. (Photo by Jason Schooley/ODWC)

For years, Oklahoma has been known as one of the epicenters of college football. Now, thanks to recent trends in hunting and fishing action, the Sooner State is near the center of the outdoors world, too.

Last fall, headlines trumpeted the state's continuing run of huge whitetail bucks like Troy Bryant's top 5 rifle kill and Oklahoma State University student Guner Womack's state record archery buck.

But this...

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