Bam. A man has caught a fish in Alaska that is thought to be more than 200 years old. Henry Liebman, an insurance salesman from Seattle, reeled in the 39-pound and 41-inch-long shortraker rockfish from a depth of 900 feet. According to the Daily Sitka Sentinel, the fish broke the old record of 38.69 pounds for a shortraker caught using sport fishing gear. Troy Tidingco, of the state Department of Fish and Game, told the newspaper that the fish could be around 200 years old. "The rougheye is the oldest-aged fish at 205," he said.