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Fishing the Amazon for World Records with Russell Jensen

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Published on Dec 9, 2008

Watch Master fisherman Russell Jensen reel in a world record Jau Catfish followed by a montage of other fishing world records held by this consummate sportsman. Included in the montage, is a news article displaying a world record Paraiba catfish at a whopping 295lbs, and 9oz. Russell has updated his email address. He can now be reached at rsslljens@outlook.com for any correspondence.

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Katacus
I have a Jau in my aquarium. 
Burco1
Russell Jensen, also known as Master Hook!
apasihbro1
TRAHIRA is AIMARA ?
elpoty1
Hi, we met today @ diner in yonkers. It wass nice to meet you. VERRY GOOD FISHING!!!! Wish i wass with you on some off your adventures.
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To my knowledge they all were catch and release. During my conversations with Russell, his indication is that it is a hurried process to get the weight and measurement before releasing the fish. I will have to ask Russell when he returns from his current fishing expedition to give an accurate description of the methods used.
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Watch Master fisherman Russell Jensen reel in a world record Jau Catfish followed by a montage of other fishing world records held by this consummate sportsman. Included in the montage, is a news article displaying a world record Paraiba catfish at a whopping 295lbs, and 9oz.
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All of Russells records are authenticated with the gaming commission he is affiliated with. The title displays in the credits at the end of the video. There are also varied methods of obtaining the records. russell usually targets the rod and reel record set.
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This is a fisherman's fisherman. Great Job!!!
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All fish are catch and release.
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I guess it depends upon what you mean by "one up'd"....Russell fishes with Rod and Reel and does it without the aid of the National Geographic staff or the equipment indicated in their video displays. 
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