Citronelle man breaks state record by catching 132-pound amberjack

Brian Andrews landed a 132-pound, 12.8-ounce amberjack on to earn his spot in Alabama's record books. 

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- A Citronelle man has broken a state record that stood for 38 years.

Brian Andrews landed a 132-pound, 12.8-ounce amberjack on to earn his spot in Alabama's record books. Andrews was fishing on Capt. Bobby Walker’s Summer Breeze II in the Gulf of Mexico.

The record-breaking fish was 65 inches long.

The previous record was held by Marcus Kennedy of Mobile. He caught a 127-pound amberjack in 1981.

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