Here is another view of a potential world record brown trout caught by Roger Hellen off Racine, Wis. Friday morning.
This was taken while Hellen's brown was being weighed on a certified scale at Brossman's Meat Market. It was forwarded by a friend of butcher Jeff Luzich, one of the witnesses to the weighing.
That gives a better sense of the size of the fish.
The brown, caught during Salmon-A-Rama in Racine, weighed 41.5 pounds.
If that holds up, it would eclipse or match the world record of 41 pounds, 7 ounces recognized by the International Game Fish Association. That was caught by Tom Healy on Sept. 9, 2009 in the Manistee River in Michigan.
A better live photo was posted with Paul Smith's in his story in the Journal Sentinel.