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Potential World Records

by IGFA 30 Nov 13:43 UTC
Adam Garcia caught and released this giant cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki) on November 11, 2018 while fishing Pyramid Lake, Nevada. Measuring out to 85 cm in length, Garcia's catch qualifies him for potential new All-Tackle Length world record. © IGFA

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

  • Cutthroat trout from Nevada
  • Japanese seabass from Japan
  • Yellowtail snapper from the Florida Keys
  • Australian bass from Australia
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