The 1,000 fish that DIDN'T get away: Angler breaks ultimate fishing record
An angler has broken the ultimate fishing record by becoming the first person in the world to catch 1,000 different species of fish.
Californian Steve Wozniak, 47, has spent 10 years pursuing the astonishing quest that has seen him fish in 63 different countries.
He has spent 20,000 hours on riverbanks, piers, beaches and boats waiting for a nibble from fish ranging from a tiny minnow to a 900lb shark.
He didn't win THAT at the fair: Steve with a Yellow-Eyed Rock fish caught in Alaska
The record rodman has fished on every continent bar Antarctica, including places as far flung as Cambodia and the exotic Isle of Wight.