April 21, 1980. Weight: 21.688 lbs. Later that day, the fish officially weighed in at 22 pounds, 4 ounces and soon after became the new benchmark for record chasing anglers around the world. The International Game Fish Association world record is 10.38 lbs, and has been standing since 2015. Location: Lake Dixon, California, USA. Use the search form above to find fishing world records for freshwater fish, saltwater fish, and more. Fishing World Records. 55lbs 8oz. It's official, the 11-plus pound spotted bass caught by California angler Nick Dulleck is now a world record. The world record largemouth bass was caught by George Perry in Montgomery Lake in Georgia in 1932. Dulleck, who caught the record Feb. 12 on New Bullards Bar Reservoir in Northern California, is now recognized as the all-tackle world record … California, however, has an 11.2 lb spotted bass listed as as its state record. The world record bass was 22 pounds and 4 ounces. All fish must be caught per IGFA rules. Search for the biggest fish in the International Game Fish Association's database of biggest fish for each species. Bigmouth Buffalo. 70lbs 5oz. Shishido caught the world record spotted bass (10.27 pounds) while competing in an American Bass Big Valley Team Tournament on California's Pine Flat Lake 13 years ago. Date: May 31, 2003. The fish measured 24 1/2 inch long with a 20 3/4-inch girth. Keith Bryan bagged a 10.48-pound spot on 12,500-acre New Melones Lake in central California on Feb. 22 — the first day of a California Tournament Trails pro/am event. The fish that Jed caught was the famous Dottie. Bussey Brake, Bastrop, LA. He caught, documented and weighed before releasing an 11-pound, 4-ounce spotted bass on the now famed fishery. She was caught by Mike Long two years earlier weighing 20.75 lbs. Seventy-seven years would pass before a fish comparable to Perry's monster would be caught, but it has still yet to be surpassed. This fish was originally weighed at 11.2, then when weighed on a certified scale it came out to just under 11 lbs. Delbert Sisk. She is one of the most popular bass to ever lived and widely considered to be the biggest. Black Buffalo. Queensland, Australia. That world record has held up for 8 decades! He has been in constant contact with the IGFA and his scale has already been certified by the IGFA. April 28, 1991. Angler: Jed Dickerson.
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