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Potential World Records

by IGFA 10 Aug 11:59 UTC
Aussie angler Stan Konstantaras caught and released this beautiful 149-centimeter southern yellowtail (Seriola lalandi) on May 17, 2018 while fishing off Three Kings, New Zealand. If approved, the catch will become the new All-Tackle Length world record © IGFA

Check out this gallery of recently submitted IGFA world record applications for the following species:

  • Giant trahira from Brazil
  • Bowfin from the United States
  • Southern yellowtail from New Zealand
  • Sockeye salmon from the United States
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