When you think of Wisconsin, I'm just going to assume you don't think of the world's largest fish. That was, until now.

Wisconsin is home to some world record breaking objects. One of those objects actually breaks two records at once. What are those records?

  1. World's Largest Fish
  2. World's Largest Fiberglass Structure

And with those two records I present to you ... the World's Largest Fiberglass Fish that's located in Hayward, Wisconsin.

So just how big is this fish actually? Well, according to RoadsideAmerica -

Over four stories tall and as long as a Boeing 757, it is the biggest thing in a very small town. If the muskie were alive it could swallow a bus -- a bus that would probably be filled with awestruck freshwater fishing fans, over 100,000 of which visit the Hall of Fame every year.

It's located at the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. What all do they have there? Well, RoadsideAmerica details -

The Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame has over 3,000 entries in its world record book. Its museum displays 5,000 fishing lures, 200 rods and reels, 400 mounted fish, and a room of outboard motors.

But let's be honest, I think we all know what the main attraction is.

I think the coolest part is that you can literally take a picture from inside the fishes mouth. If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be eaten by a big whale, I think this is the closest you'll get to that view. So take a road trip with the fam, grab some snacks, and go visit this giant fish.


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