A bass tournament angler in east Tennesse reeled in the catch of his life, etching his name into the state record books with a new state record fish last weekend. Brandon Hollaway of Gray, landed a 5-pound, 8-ounce Quillback Carpsucker on Boone Lake Saturday evening. The fish has been certified as a new state record by TWRA biologists. While cranking a Bill Norman DD-22 over a rock pile in 35 feet of water, Holloway felt the fish hit. "I thought I had a 6-to-7 pound largemouth bass," Holloway stated. "I got it up to the top and netted it, and I didn't know what I had.