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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Catch of record walleye in Columbia angers some anglers

John Grubenhoff of Pasco, Wash., poses with a record walleye he caught on Feb. 28. The egg-heavy female fish, weighing 20.32 pounds, measuring 35-1/2 inches long and 22-3/4 inches in girth, was caught in the Columbia River in McNary Pool near Tri Cities and is a Washington record.