Hung out to dry

Farrell Morgan Jr. was fishing recently on the Georgia side of the Savannah River near downtown Augusta when he hooked a 42-pound striper. It took the Aiken angler almost 35 minutes to land the fish, which Georgia Wildlife Resources Department biologists measured at 46 inches long. Morgan is having it mounted by taxidermist Eddie Wilson, of Graniteville.


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