Yale resident Larry Morphew can tell about the one that got away.  It didn’t get away.  Morphew, on his first paddlefishing trip in his life, caught a record setting paddlefish in the Arkansas River near Keystone Lake.  The fish was certified as Oklahoma’s newest rod and reel state record paddle fish by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.  The fish weighed 132 pounds 8 ounces, passing the previous record by 7 pounds 1 ounce.  This was the first paddle fish Morphew ever caught and he caught it on his first cast.   After being certified for the record, he released the fish back into the Arkansas River near Blackburn.