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Age Determined for World Record Tautog
Monday, March 23, 2015

After analyzing the cheek bone of the 28.8 lb. world record tautog caught by Ken Westerfeld while fishing on the charter boat, "Fish Bound" with Capt. Kane Bounds, a New York state marine biologist has determined that the fish was 23 years old at the time it was captured.


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