FLAMING GORGE RESERVOIR, Utah — While 2020 hasn't been the best year for most, it's been pretty good for an 11-year-old Utah fisherman.
Tyler Grimshaw is getting used to catching fish that are bigger than he is!
Back in June, when he was just a wee lad of 10, Grimshaw caught a 41-pound lake trout at Flaming Gorge reservoir.
But the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources says Grimshaw, now 11, topped himself this weekend by catching a 48-pounder in the same location.
Grimshaw caught and released both fish, but it might be time for his parents to buy a bigger boat.
Back in June, 10-year-old Tyler Grimshaw caught & released a 41-pound lake trout at Flaming Gorge. Over the weekend, Tyler (who is now 11) caught & successfully released this 48-pounder (also at #FlamingGorge), again, by 👏 him 👏 self 👏 — way to go, Tyler! pic.twitter.com/fvIbqyVCxe— UtahDWR (@UtahDWR) December 28, 2020