By Andy Walgamott
When the readout of their digital scale flickered around the 19-pound mark as this past Monday afternoon faded into early evening, Brian Coe and friend Rick Sutherland decided they should probably get the fat walleye Brian had just caught onto a more official weights and measure device.
After all, the Washington state record is 19.3 pounds.
So they rushed off the Columbia over to Yoke's grocery store, and even though the scale there pegged the fish at 18.54 pounds, it's still the catch of a lifetime for the Loon Lake angler.
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