An 132 pound carp was caught by 56-year-old Keith Williams of Surrey, England. Williams was in Krabi, Thailand when he made the amazing catch. On Oct. 18, MSN reported that Williams had a gut feeling on the morning of a fishing trip -- that he was going to catch a "special fish." Little did he know that he would wrangle a gigantic carp for 25 minutes -- and break the International Game Fish Association record! What a great catch!
"Williams is reportedly still in somewhat of a daze, not quite believing he landed the world’s largest catch," MSN reports.
The 132 pound carp was a Siamese carp -- the biggest caught ever on record. Williams is now a bit of an international superstar with people all over the world reading his story and checking out his big catch. It's unknown what Williams planned to do with his carp -- but he could really eat for weeks. Check out the video above for more on this amazing fish.
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