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Courtesy of   Bobabout Bait Co.










  

   

A 22 pound, 5-ounce bass was caught earlier this year (2009) in Lake Biwa, Japans largest lake, by a 32 year old angler named Manabu Kurita.
That fish tops the epic 22-4 bass World record caught in 1932 in Georgia by George Perry the mailman who certified the weight of the fish at his post office.
It will officially be considered a tie if accepted by the IFGA because the new record did not top the old record by the required 2 ounces.






Michigan Angler Tom Healy landed this possible World Record Brown Trout in 2009 after a 15 minute battle in Michigan's
Manistee River while Salmon fishing. The fish measured 43.75 inches and weighed in at 41 lbs. 7 oz. It is currently under review by the IFGA.









Cutthroat Trout



Cool Brookie




Homer Lablanc "the father of Musky fishing" and famous Lake St. Clair Musky fisherman, author, lure designer and member
of the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. Click here to see a rare Homer Lablanc lure catalog along with rare
 Musky photos of the Hartmans and Lawtons too. 





Take your pic....experts can't agree on any Musky record. I  personally still consider Art Lawton's record because
the St. Lawrence River produces more world class fish than any other body of water.




Famous Leech Lake Musky Rampage



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