Red Dead Redemption 2 offers players the opportunity to experience the Wild West in all its benefits. In addition to the many side missions that the player can complete, the game also allows the player to hunt and hunt a wide variety of animals and creatures. But one player in particular found something completely unexpected in Red Dead Redemption 2: a nearly three-foot-long bigmouth bass that weighs just about 6 pounds. Red Dead Redemption 2 has a number of legendary animals and fish for players to track. These creatures are known to be very large and different from even their largest species. In addition, normal fish in Red Dead Redemption 2 vary in size and usually have a reasonable weight and size range. A Reddit user u/NBA_Whiteboy_420 recently shared a screenshot with Red Dead Redemption players of the impressive big bass they captured in-game. Arthur You are holding a fish that can swallow almost the entire character. Surprisingly, Red Dead Redemption 2 reports that this fish weighs just 5 pounds 11 ounces. Which is proof that something is not right here and most likely the player made a mistake. The fish in the photo will weigh a little more than four times, which is about a third the size of Arthur Morgan. The strange thing here is that when this anomaly occurs, players report that they are trying to capture the Legendary Bluegill. There is only one place this fish can be caught and it is miles from the legendary bigmouth bass. So the legend couldn't possibly have slipped into the bait as an explanation. Therefore, this giant should be associated with a one-off bug with Red Dead Redemption 2. This fish even gave the legendary bigmouth sea bass for its money. While there are clearly bugs in the game, this moment shows the importance of side missions and in-game activities like Red Dead Redemption 2. The various comments under the post that convey Arthur Morgan's line about fishing is a useful presentation for the community. However, moments like these can throw players out of the game. Fishing, while quite enjoyable, cannot be enjoyed by all players alike. This makes some of the optional fishing parts in Red Dead Redemption 2's history boring, some even calling the segments forced. No matter how the players feel about fishing during the game, fans can agree that this is the trick.