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George Hanakis of Perth Amboy reeled in the new state record Gray Tilefish on September 1, 2021. The fish weighed in at 23 pounds, 8 ounces, eclipsing the previous state record by 4 ounces and measured 34” in length with a girth of 25”.
A Connecticut man recently set a new record in the state after catching a large catfish. The fish nearly doubled the weight the of the previous record and according to recent reports, it could be a new world record.
Yes, everyone wants to catch a grouper, or three, but you should be prepared—tackle-wise—to come home with “the groceries.”
If you like the feel of really big fish on the end of a line, catfish are a good option. There are several different types, but trophy hunters set their sights on blue and flathead catfish. Both species grow large and can weigh in excess of 100 pounds.
The incredible Mullet Migration along the Florida Atlantic beaches
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources confirmed that a fish Brecken Kobylecky caught in June is a new state record
The “fish of a lifetime” for one angler turned out to be the fish of the month for Maryland, as two state-record swordfish were caught during a two-week period this summer.
Featuring how to target a wide range of species with several different rigs. Including Speckled Trout, Redfish, Black Drum, Flounder, Pompano, Tarpon And More!
Captain Pete Speeches of Scarborough, ME and the crew of Backstabber, brought a giant bluefin to the scale weighing 719 pounds to win the Third Annual Casco Bay Bluefin Bonanza and the coveted Casco Bay Cup, their second consecutive victory.