I once caught a fish thiiiiis big …


Doug Barrett caught this 8-pound largemouth bass from a “secret location” in Pickens County. “I’ve caught a lot of fish, but this one is the biggest. I can’t believe you’re going to take my picture! My friends wouldn’t have believed me otherwise,” he said.


Kasie Strickland | The Pickens Sentinel

Doug Barrett holds his big fish up to his face to show perspective. “Look, when you hold him up to your face, he looks even bigger,” he said.


Kasie Strickland | The Pickens Sentinel

Doug Barrett caught this 8-pound largemouth bass from a “secret location” in Pickens County. “I’ve caught a lot of fish, but this one is the biggest. I can’t believe you’re going to take my picture! My friends wouldn’t have believed me otherwise,” he said.

Doug Barrett holds his big fish up to his face to show perspective. “Look, when you hold him up to your face, he looks even bigger,” he said.

Doug Barrett caught this 8-pound largemouth bass from a “secret location” in Pickens County. “I’ve caught a lot of fish, but this one is the biggest. I can’t believe you’re going to take my picture! My friends wouldn’t have believed me otherwise,” he said.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_211.jpgDoug Barrett caught this 8-pound largemouth bass from a “secret location” in Pickens County. “I’ve caught a lot of fish, but this one is the biggest. I can’t believe you’re going to take my picture! My friends wouldn’t have believed me otherwise,” he said. Kasie Strickland | The Pickens Sentinel

Doug Barrett holds his big fish up to his face to show perspective. “Look, when you hold him up to your face, he looks even bigger,” he said.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_218.jpgDoug Barrett holds his big fish up to his face to show perspective. “Look, when you hold him up to your face, he looks even bigger,” he said. Kasie Strickland | The Pickens Sentinel
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