Chris Chatfield, 35, hauled in his huge catch of the day using a rod and line at the same spot near Jersey where French crews netted 44 of the critically endangered specimens earlier this month.


11
Thanks for voting


Daily Mail

Latest News

Los Angeles Times: Criticizing Israel is fine, but questioning its legitimacy crosses the line into anti-Semitism

Los Angeles Times: A child's lifelong feeling of abandonment after the deportation of an immigrant parent

Los Angeles Times: How low pay and the electoral college make it harder for millennials to vote

Los Angeles Times: Hey, Stanford, why stop at scrubbing out Father Serra? Your name comes with plenty of baggage too

Los Angeles Times: Slamming the door on the world's most vulnerable people is contrary to everything America stands for

Daily Mail: Video: The Block is rocked by a CHEATING scandal

Daily Mail: Buckingham Palace announces the engagement of Lady Gabriella Windsor

Daily Mail: UN warns of lack of trust as Amnesty denounces S.Sudan...

Daily Mail: Green tree python named Toothless receives braces after accidentally swallowing her lower jaw bone

Daily Mail: Dua Lipa concerns fans as she poses on a narrow ledge 600ft above ground in risky Instagram snap

Daily Mail: UPDATE 1-Abu Dhabi studies restructuring options for...

Daily Mail: India prescribes punishments in bid to stamp out...

Daily Mail: Official calls for repeat vote in Russian Far East...

Daily Mail: Man faces trial in pregnant woman's slaying, stealing baby

Daily Mail: Jeremy Meeks treats lookalike son Jeremy Jr to UEFA Champions League match in Monaco

Daily Mail: Pregnant rail passenger fined for sitting in first class on Greater Anglia train

CNBC: The Fed has some big decisions to make starting next week

CTV News: Koreas summit results in demilitarization talk, but little denuclearization progress

Reuters: U.S. Open champ Osaka eases to victory on return to action in Tokyo

Reuters: Factbox: Bayer's Monsanto faces broad U.S. glyphosate litigation

WashingtonPost: Woman stabbed in popular Logan Circle neighborhood of D.C.

WashingtonPost: The Best Thing Going for Citigroup? It’s the Worst

WashingtonPost: Bryce Harper returns to Washington for what could be his final homestand as a National

17 Related Articles from 2018-09-12