Here's a great reminder that just because a species isn't super-sexy and in the front of our minds—like sailfish, tarpon, and largemouths—doesn't mean there isn't a spot on the records books for their ugly mugs. I'm actually friends with the guy who caught the world-record bergall. If you don't know what that is, don't worry about it. Just a little Atlantic bait-stealer that screws up your bottom-fishing game. Anyway, in a similar story of off-the-radar (yet tasty) fish, check out the photo below of Johnny Boyd with a 5.68-pound Carlonia hake. This member of the cod family was a surprise catch for Boyd on Super Bowl Sunday while he was tog fishing off Virginia. According to this story on Pilotonline.com, later that day, Boyd got a call from the Captain Ken Neill who ran the trip. Neill was praying Boyd hadn't dusted the hake in cornmeal just yet. Luckily, he had not.