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October 17, 2009 12:51 AM

Forget the balloon chase: 4-year-old catches 45-pound catfish

This story may sound fishy to you, but the Smith family of Joshua has a photo to prove it. Four-year-old Caden Smith, who weighs 40 pounds, hauled in a 45-pound flathead catfish Saturday while fishing from the banks of the Trinity River near downtown.

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