A fisherman in Hawaii reportedly caught a big octopus and broke a state report that was as soon as held by his brother.
Michael Matsunaga, 69, of Wahiawa, Hawaii, caught a 26-pound octopus on Aug. 31, in accordance with HawaiiNewsNow.
Matsunaga was bottom-fishing at 400 toes when he felt a tug on his line, the station reported.
Although he struggled to reel in his line, Matsunaga was lastly capable of deliver the octopus onto his boat.
“I lastly received him within the cooler,” Matsunaga instructed HawaiiNewsNow. “After which I needed to sit on the cooler as a result of he was kinda of lifting me up.”
When he returned to shore, Matsunaga introduced the octopus to Hana Pa’a Fishing Co., the place it weighed in at 25.95 kilos, in accordance with a Fb publish from the fishing store.
Matsunaga’s catch broke the report for the most important octopus caught in Hawaii, HawaiiNewsNow reported.
The earlier report was held by Matsunaga’s brother, Stewart Matsunaga, who caught a 19-pound octopus in 2000, in accordance with HawaiiNewsNow.
Matsunaga instructed the station he plans to eat the octopus, after boiling it in beer, “one leg at a time.”