Washington State football coaches embarked on their annual staff getaway recently and like last year, the trip included catching some big fish. And by big fish, I mean dinosaur-looking creatures that accomplish the impossible task of making Joe Salave'a look small in comparison.
First, let's go back to the 2013 staff getaway where a handful of Cougar coaches caught this massive sturgeon:
No word on the measurables of the catch this year, but the two fish look to be just as, if not more, impressive.
Good day fishing! Go Cougs! pic.twitter.com/snsNE7tBAU— Paul Volero (@CoachVolero) June 12, 2014
# 2 of the day! pic.twitter.com/W7p7GCoF0v— Paul Volero (@CoachVolero) June 12, 2014
If you're wondering where the staff continues to pull these behemoths from, they were apparently fishing on the Salmon River.
While we know they caught more big fish, no word on whether the coaches had another run in with a bear on the staff retreat this year.
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