Rogersville teen lands huge catfish in Second Creek

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Tyler Clark with the 4-foot catfish he caught behind his home, in Second Creek in Rogersville. (Photos: Jessica Danielle Border Clark)

Tyler Clark with the 4-foot catfish he caught behind his home, in Second Creek in Rogersville. (Photos: Jessica Danielle Border Clark)

ROGERSVILLE, Ala. – WHNT News 19 heard from a proud mom in the Shoals, who wanted to brag about her son’s big catch. Tyler Clark landed a mammoth catfish behind the family’s home this week.

The catfish was four feet long and weighed 56 pounds, according to Jessica Danielle Border Clark, who sent us photos.  Her son Tyler caught it on a trot line in a slough off of Second Creek in Rogersville.

Tyler is 15 and a sophomore at Lexington High School.  Way to go, Tyler!