Like to have a genetically deformed fish ?

Looks like a tasty addition to your dish ? Though it looks scary, but Clarence Olberding just cant wait to smoke it up & eat it.

He pulled a rainbow trout with two mouths out of Holmes Lake.
"I reached down and grabbed it to take the hook out and that's when I noticed that the hook was in the upper mouth and there was another jaw protruding out below," the 57-year-old said.

In his 40 years of fishing, Olberding has seen fish with missing fins — and a fish with one eye — but he’d never seen two mouths.

Don Gabelhouse, head of the fisheries division of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, said a two-mouthed fish was new to him, too.

"It's probably a genetic deformity," he said. "I don't think there's anything wrong with it."

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