Angler smashes 24-year-old Georgia state record with redbreast sunfish caught on Satilla River
On Saturday, May 7, angler Lester Roberts landed a 1 lb, 12 oz redbreast sunfish in the Satilla River near Folkston in Southern Georgia that bests the current state record of 1-lb., 11-oz set in 1998. The fish was certified as the new state-record redbreast by Georgia DNR.
Angler smashes Tennessee state record with 120-pound paddlefish
On Wednesday, April 13, angler Chad Collins landed a 120-pound paddlefish at the Cherokee Lake in Eastern Tennessee that bests the current state record of 109-pounds set by angler Leonard Jech almost a year ago to the day on April 13, 2021. State fisheries biologist John Hammons certified the paddlefish’s weight on April 16.
Anglers catch 'Monster' 832-pound bluefin tuna, could break Florida state record
On Saturday, April 16, Capt. Jake Matney, Devin Sarver, and Jett Tolbert spent four and a half hours reeling in an 832.2-pound bluefin tuna off the coast of Destin, Florida that bests the current state record of 826 pounds. The fish could shatter the previous record of an 826-pound blue catfish also hooked off the Destin coast by Rick Whitley on May 8, 2017. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission hasn't certified the catch.
West Virginia angler smashes state record With 61-Pound blue catfish
On Friday, April 8, West Virginia angler Cody Carver landed a 61-plus-inch blue catfish in West Virginia’s Kanawha River that bests the current state-record fish by 2 pounds. The record fish weighed 61.28 pounds and eclipsed the previous state record of 59.74 pounds held by Mark Blauvelt.
Angler smashes 25-year-old Mississippi state record with 131-pound blue catfish from the Mississippi river
On Thursday, April 7, angler Eugene Cronley landed a 131-pound blue catfish in the Mississippi River near Natchez in Southwest Mississippi that bests the current state record of 101 pounds. The fish shattered the previous record of blue catfish of 101 lbs. caught by the team of Freddie Parker and Brad Smith in 1997.
12-year-old boy catches 9-foot, 11-inch sturgeon to tie Idaho state record
White sturgeon are the largest North American freshwater fish. They can grow up to 1,500 pounds and live to be 100 years old and have survived relatively unchanged for 200 million years. In Idaho, sturgeons can be found in the Snake, Lower Salmon, and Kootenai Rivers.
Historical Tornado Report Record Broken
March had many active systems. Weather personnel issued more than 400 tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings for almost two dozen states. March 2022 saw temperatures getting warmer. It was a warm month. Indeed. Many states also experienced rainy conditions. But these changes created the perfect situation for classic springtime storms. And a cluster of inclement weather formed across many states, causing property damage.
COVID Rankings for Sullivan and Washington Counties Among Highest in State
TDH Data 1-2-2022Unified Command Dashboard/State of Tennessee. Sullivan County and Washington County continue to make the top tier. Sullivan County ranks seventh in the number of new cases (209). Washington County comes in at number 14 with 158 new cases reported.The total number of infected rank Sullivan at number nine and Washington at number 12.