The world record rainbow trout title belongs to Canadian fisher Sean Konrad. The International Game Fish Association’s (IGFA) record book now lists his 48-pound, 42-inch catch as the biggest ever rainbow trout specimen – a true world record trout.
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Runners-up: almost the biggest
Sean Konrad AGAIN, with a 37 pounds, 4 ounces ‘bow – currently the IGFA 16lb line class world record. The video shows what an expert Sean is as he calmly handles the behemoth.
Here are some of the Konrads’ other catches:
The previous 43 pound record holder that Adam caught.
Another 40 pound Diefenbaker monster.
And a gigantic pike they caught a long time ago.
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