You should see the one that didn’t get away. Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari hooked a 280-pound, 8-foot-9-inch catfish on Italy’s Po River, which is believed to be one of the largest ever caught with a rod and reel.
At first, no one thought it was real in the age of Photoshop, but now that’s it’s confirmed – all I know is the price of seafood in Italy must be plummeting…
Ferrari, a bus mechanic who was fishing with his twin brother, spent 40 minutes reeling in the fish. The photos were so alarming that the authenticity of the catch was called into question. But this video should quiet even the harshest skeptics. But this video should quiet even the harshest skeptics.
An Italian fisherman caught a whopping 280-pound wels catfish Thursday in the Po River, Italy’s longest river.
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