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Sunday, August 21, 2005

Roy Leyva caught a 20lb goldfish in Jamaica Pond


Nice article in today's Boston Globe by Robert Preer about Roy Leyva, Reeling in trophies from a young age:
"In Jamaica Pond, he caught what was then a world record koi, a goldfish that had been dumped in the pond from a fishbowl some years earlier and grew to 20 pounds 8 ounces."
Roy's website - Off The Hook Fishing.

Note: The Globe still doesn't provide an active link to Roy's site for online readers.

Update, the Globe responds:
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  2. Thanks for the effort you took to expand upon this post so thoroughly. I look forward to future posts.
    There are various sea vessels involved in shipping to jamaica. It may include box boats or container ships, bulk carriers, tankers, ferries, cable layers, dredgers and barges.

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  3. Thanks for the effort you took to expand upon this post so thoroughly. I look forward to future posts.
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  4. That's a Koi Carp, not a Goldfish.

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