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Debate is raging whether a fisherman has caught a huge goldfish. Hunter Anderson, from Kentucky, is pictured proudly showing off his catch he caught at the weekend. He landed the specimen, thought to be around 20 pounds, in a private pond in Boyle County, which is known for koi and goldfish. Amazingly, he used an unusual bait in the form of a leftover piece of Lee???s Famous Recipe biscuit, similar to a British scone. "This fish was different. It was one of the hardest fighting fish I???ve ever fought. It never ever wanted to give up," Hunter told Fox News. "I guess people have just never seen anything like it," Hunter told WKYT. "I know I haven't." Hunter released the fish back into the pond after taking his trophy picture. His proud sister, Cassie Anderson, couldn't resist posting the catch picture, and fuelled the 'giant goldfish' debate with the comment: "What you are witnessing is NOT national geographic! It is not a stolen image or edited photo! This is my brother!! Who is holding what could possibly be.... that pet goldfish we flushed when I was 9!!! I swear, I thought you were dead bubbles!!! Oh my gosh don't flush your pets." There has been some debate as to whether it really is a giant goldfish, or a golden carp or a koi fish. My'kel Chenault commented: "It's just a large butterfly koi fish, not a goldfish," while Alex Elming replied: "No it???s not. Definitely doesn???t have butterfly fins, and the body is much to stout for a koi. Too girthy without much length." Jerry Seifried pitched in: "I could be wrong on this, but gold fish are very similar biologically to carp (they are apart of the carp family). Given that, it's possible that this fish could be a crossbreed of a common gold fish and an American carp.. it's also very possible that this could in fact be just as it seems and its unrecognisable physical features are a product of its size and age, as we're not used to seeing them at this stage in life." Billy Tamme added: "This thing is b
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Cassie Anderson/Cover Images Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Debate is raging whether a fisherman has caught a huge goldfish. Hunter Anderson, from Kentucky, is pictured proudly showing off his catch he caught at the weekend. He landed the specimen, thought to be around 20 pounds, in a private pond in Boyle County, which is known for koi and goldfish. Amazingly, he used an unusual bait in the form of a leftover piece of Lee???s Famous Recipe biscuit, similar to a British scone. "This fish was different. It was one of the hardest fighting fish I???ve ever fought. It never ever wanted to give up," Hunter told Fox News. "I guess people have just never seen anything like it," Hunter told WKYT. "I know I haven't." Hunter released the fish back into the pond after taking his trophy picture. His proud sister, Cassie Anderson, couldn't resist posting the catch picture, and fuelled the 'giant goldfish' debate with the comment: "What you are witnessing is NOT national geographic! It is not a stolen image or edited photo! This is my brother!! Who is holding what could possibly be.... that pet goldfish we flushed when I was 9!!! I swear, I thought you were dead bubbles!!! Oh my gosh don't flush your pets." There has been some debate as to whether it really is a giant goldfish, or a golden carp or a koi fish. My'kel Chenault commented: "It's just a large butterfly koi fish, not a goldfish," while Alex Elming replied: "No it???s not. Definitely doesn???t have butterfly fins, and the body is much to stout for a koi. Too girthy without much length." Jerry Seifried pitched in: "I could be wrong on this, but gold fish are very similar biologically to carp (they are apart of the carp family). Given that, it's possible that this fish could be a crossbreed of a common gold fish and an American carp.. it's also very possible that this could in fact be just as it seems and its unrecognisable physical features are a product of its size and age, as we're not used to seeing them at this stage in life." Billy Tamme added: "This thing is b
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Cassie Anderson/Cover Images Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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