State record shattered with 24-pound tiger trout
Caylun Peterson breaks record by six full pounds
Last updated 7/15/2021 at 11:43am
LOON LAKE – A massive tiger trout pulled from Loon Lake in Stevens County in late June has set a new state record, state fishery managers have confirmed.
The 24.49-pound tiger trout broke the previous record by a full 6 pounds, according to Bruce Baker, an inland fish biologist with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).
Angler Caylun Peterson caught the monster tiger trout on June 26, 2021, fishing in the early-morning hours in part to escape the triple-digit heat forecast for the day. Peterson said he's been fishing Loon Lake -- located about 30 miles north of...
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