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FISH BOX
Edited by Ed Zern and Tom Lineaweaver
July 23, 1956
Among last week's notable catches: by Victor Peterson of Tacoma, Washington, a 64-pound CHINOOK SALMON on 15-pound-test line in Puget Sound near Anderson Island for the largest chinook from those waters since 1880; a 90-pound TARPON on 12-pound-test line after an hour-and-25-minute imbroglio by George MacGreevy of Elmira, New York, which he promptly released after subduing it near Islamorada in the Florida Keys; by Carl Pierceall of Muskogee, Oklahoma, a 368-pound BLUE MARLIN taken off Port Aransas, Texas after a 2-hour grunt-and-groaner to become the first salt-water catch of his life; a 17-pound 4-ounce LAKE TROUT from Eel's Lake, north of Peterborough, Ontario by 14-year-old Arnold Brown of Apsley; by George Retgers of Allentown, Penn., a 34�-pound MUSKEL-LUNGE out of Chautauqua Lake, N.Y.
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July 23, 1956

Fish Box

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Among last week's notable catches: by Victor Peterson of Tacoma, Washington, a 64-pound CHINOOK SALMON on 15-pound-test line in Puget Sound near Anderson Island for the largest chinook from those waters since 1880; a 90-pound TARPON on 12-pound-test line after an hour-and-25-minute imbroglio by George MacGreevy of Elmira, New York, which he promptly released after subduing it near Islamorada in the Florida Keys; by Carl Pierceall of Muskogee, Oklahoma, a 368-pound BLUE MARLIN taken off Port Aransas, Texas after a 2-hour grunt-and-groaner to become the first salt-water catch of his life; a 17-pound 4-ounce LAKE TROUT from Eel's Lake, north of Peterborough, Ontario by 14-year-old Arnold Brown of Apsley; by George Retgers of Allentown, Penn., a 34�-pound MUSKEL-LUNGE out of Chautauqua Lake, N.Y.

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