A Piranha Was Caught by a Fisherman in a Lake in North Carolina

Southern fishermen normally refer to trout, bluegill, perch, or catfish when they speak about what's biting at the lake, not piranha.

After all, you wouldn't expect to find razor-toothed, predatory fish in Aberdeen Lake, Moore County, North Carolina. Okay, not now.

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission posted a photo on social media of a piranha it captured in Aberdeen Lake, west of Fayetteville.

Two people were fishing in the lake, when they caught something. You know the old fishing saying.

 "The fishing was excellent; the catching was awful."

When they finally got the fish on the hook, it wasn't a crappie or a carp, but a fierce predator with a mouthful of razor sharp fangs. 

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