Todd Longley from City Cats Guiding Service offers some tips and advice for anglers who are looking to take advantage of some of the great fishing available in Manitoba.
Mark becomes a deckhand in Louisiana. When one of the clients suffers an injury, Mark has to take over and reel in a massive yellowfin tuna.
Mark visits Louisiana to work with the Coastal Conservation Association and NASDI. Check out his adventures as he helps them build an artificial reef and tag redfish.
Bill Boyce uses some live bunker and spoons to catch striped bass off the coast of Atlantic Beach.
Jim Sammons, host of The Kayak Fishing Show, reveals some secrets of the upcoming new season.
A high-flyin' marlin gives Bill Boyce all he can handle on a fishing trip in the South Pacific.
As if reeling in a sailfish with a rod-and-reel designed for a bonefish isn't hard enough, Bill Boyce's crew has to make an emergency boat repair at the same time.
Less than a minute after getting their lines in the water, Bill Boyce and his crew hook onto a double-header of hard-fighting sailfish.
Bill Boyce checks out the sights in Antigua, Guatemala, a city rich with history and culture.
While out looking for schools of snapper, Bill Boyce and his crew not only have a black marlin pay a surprise visit, but false killer whales show up for some fun, too.
The crew of Billfish Safaris discuss what world record fishing is all about.
Bill Boyce takes a break from the water to golf on one of the prettiest courses in the world: La Reunion in Guatemala.
JP is in Louisiana targeting monster redfish and black drum.
JP talks about two live-bait setups that are great for big redfish and black drum.
Over the last year Shimano has been working to improve their Terez line of rods. Robby Gant goes over the new features of the improved rail rods.
Live Target has a reputation for making amazingly lifelike lures and the new lipless pinfish lure is no exception. This lure can be fished many ways and will catch a ton of fish
This is not your average watch! The Reactor Graviton 2 has features that track all the variables that would affect a saltwater angler's fishing plans, like moon phases and tidal flows.
JP shows how to tie a double rig and offers tips on how to use this setup to catch all kinds of fish in shallow saltwaters.
JP offers tips on strolling a jerkbait for bass.
These sardines from Live Target look so realistic that no inshore fish will be able to resist.
JP talks about the gear setup you need to target redfish in shallow waters.
Live Target has released a wake bait that looks exactly like a mullet for saltwater anglers to use while targeting inshore species like redfish and snook.
Bill Boyce talks about the great features available in Tuf-Line's braided lines.
JP goes over the gear you need to be successful while using the strolling technique.
Mark Zona goes over the features that made the G-Loomis GL2 the top freshwater rod at ICAST 2011.
Fishing is the sport or activity of catching fish. Generally speaking - unless you are shooting fish in a barrel - the fish caught through fishing is done in the wild. There are many different types of techniques for fishing, which include angling, hand gathering, spearing, netting and trapping.
Fishing isn't an exclusive term to fish caught; many other types of animals can be caught fishing, such as mollusks, cephalopods, crustaceans and echinoderms.
While fishing is done for food purposes, it is also a big sport.
Are you wondering at what point did the man and the sea get together for fishing? Try about 40,000 years ago - roughly speaking. How do they know that? Well, when they analyzed whatever was left of the Tianyan man - the skeleton remains of a 40,000-year-old human from Eastern Asia - there were traces of freshwater fish. Furthermore, different ancient generations used to bury discarded fish bones and draw of fish in caves, which archaeologists have shown to provide more evidence.
Back in the day - or those days - fishing wasn't a sport, it was all for purposes of food. The lifestyle was a hunting one, which meant that fishing was perfect for it, but fishing - and everything caught fishing - was a source of food.
Recreational Fishing - or sport fishing - is fishing for pleasure or competition. In many cases, that covers both bases.
Sport fishing isn't just sitting on a boat and waiting for a bite, though. There are many rules, restrictions, regulations and right practices. In some places, you can only catch-and-release a fish. In others, you can take everything home that you've caught fishing.
The most popular way to fish nowadays is done with a rod, reel, line, hooks and your choice of a number of different baits. What you use for bait typically determines what type of fish you are aiming to catch.
Once you become a good anlger and you want to play with the big boys, then you get yourself into big-game fishing. Typically, big-game fishing involves catching species such as tuna, sharks, marlin, tarpon, sailfish and mackerel, to name a few. The list goes on and on as there are plenty of fish in the sea - as they say.
Big-game fishing isn't about what you're going to fry on the pan tonight or how much you can sell the fish for; rather it is for the competition of catching the biggest and have the best time and/or form. Prizes are involved and the winners are rewarded. You'll have to practice fishing daily to get to the point that you're good enough to win these types of competitions.
When you catch one for the record books, that's called a trophy fish.
Trophy fish are the ones that you will remember for the rest of your life. We're not talking about the ones that you catch-and-release and never think of them again. When they coined the phrase "The Big Kahuna", they were referring to these types of fish.
The first thing you have to do is make the catch but after you do that, make sure you measure it, take video and take pictures.
Take a look at the video below to get an idea of what some trophy fish look like:
Knowing the best fishing times - or the peak fishing times - can really help you out. Think about it - if you're going to the bar to meet new people and you go on Tuesday morning, you probably won't meet as many people as if you went Saturday night.
Here are Four Tips You Need To Know About Best Fishing Times:
Now that you're ready to fish and know the peak times, the million dollar question is where do you go?
Knowing the hot spots obviously has to do with where you are geographically located, so make sure you do some research on the bodies of water near you.
Wouldn't it be great if there was a fishing hot spots GPS? Well, you're dreams have come true. Your friends at Garmin have detailed lake information on hundreds of the most popular hot spots in North America.
Whether you use their device or your own research, make sure you know the lake depth, creek channels, boat lanes, bottom consistency, rock piles, access roads, hazards and seasonal catching strategies before you go.
Here are some online resources to help you get started on your search for fishing hot spots:
|Type of Fish||Weight of Fish||Fish Caught By||Location||Date|
|African Pompano||50lbs 8oz||Tom Sargent||Daytona Beach, FL||21-Apr-90|
|Albacore||88lbs 2oz||Siegfried Dickemann||Gran Canaria, Canary Islands||19-Nov-77|
|Alligator Gar||279lbs||Bill Valverde||Rio Grande, TX||2-Dec-51|
|Atlantic Bigeye Tuna||392lbs 6oz||Dieter Vogel||Gran Canaria, Puerto Rico||25-Jul-97|
|Atlantic Blue Marlin||1402lbs 2oz||Paulo R.A. Amorim||Vitoria, Brazil||29-Feb-92|
|Atlantic Bonito||18lbs 4oz||D. Gama Higgs||Faial Island, Azores||8-Jul-53|
|Atlantic Cod||98lbs 12oz||Alphonse Bielevich||Isle of Shoals, NH||8-Jun-69|
|Atlantic Halibut||255lbs 4oz||Sonny Manley||Gloucester, MA||28-Jul-89|
|Atlantic Sailfish||141lbs 1oz||Alfredo de Sousa Neves||Luanda, Angola||19-Feb-94|
|Almaco (Pacific) Jack||132lbs||Howard H. Hahn||La Paz, Baja Calif., Mexico||21-Jul-64|
|American Eel||9lbs 4oz||Jeff Pennick||Cape May, NJ||9-Nov-95|
|American Shad||11lbs 4oz||Bob Thibodo||Conn. River, S. Hadley, MA||19-May-86|
|Apache Trout||5lbs 3oz||John Baldwin||White Mountain, AZ||29-May-91|
|Arctic Char||32lbs 9oz||Jeffery Ward||Tree River, Canada||30-Jul-81|
|Arctic Grayling||5lbs 15oz||Jeanne P. Branson||Katseyedie River, N.W.T.||16-Aug-67|
|Atlantic Salmon||79lbs 2oz||Henrik Henriksen||Tana River, Norway||1928|
|Barramundi||63lbs 2oz||Scott Barnsley||Queensland, Australia||28-Apr-91|
|Barred Sand Bass||13lbs 3oz||Robert Halal||Huntington Beach, CA||29-Aug-88|
|Bigeye Thresher Shark||802lbs||Dianne North||Tutukaka, New Zealand||8-Feb-81|
|Bigmouth Buffalo||70lbs 5oz||Delbert Sisk||Bussey Brake, Bastrop, LA||21-Apr-80|
|Black Buffalo||55lbs 8oz||Edward H. McLain||Cherokee Lake, TN||3-May-84|
|Black Bullhead||8lbs||Kani Evans||Lake Waccabuc, NY||1-Aug-51|
|Black Crappie||4lbs 8oz||L. Carl Herring Jr.||Kerr Lake, VA||1-Mar-81|
|Blue Catfish||111lbs||William McKinley||Wheeler's Reservoir, TN||5-Jul-96|
|Black Drum||113lbs 1oz||Gerald M. Townsend||Lewes, DE||15-Sep-75|
|Black Marlin||1560lbs||A.C. Glassell Jr.||Cabo Blanco, Peru||4-Aug-53|
|Black Sea Bass||9lbs 8oz||Joe Mizelle Jr.||Virginia Beach, VA||9-Jan-87|
|Black Sea Bass||9lbs 8oz||Jack G. Stallings Jr.||Virginia Beach, VA||22-Dec-90|
|Blackfin Tuna||45lbs 8oz||Sam J. Burnett||Key West, FL||4-May-96|
|Blue Runner||11lbs 2oz||Stacey M. Moiren||Dauphin Island, AL||28-Jun-97|
|Blue Shark||454lbs||Pete Bergin||Martha's Vineyard, MA||19-Jul-96|
|Bluefin Tuna||1496lbs||Ken Fraser||Aulds Cove, Nova Scotia||26-Oct-79|
|Bluefish||31lbs 12oz||James M. Hussey||Hatteras, NC||30-Jan-72|
|Bonefish||19lbs||Brian W. Batchelor||Zululand, South Africa||26-May-62|
|Bluegill||4lbs 12oz||T.S. Hudson||Ketona Lake, AL||9-Apr-50|
|Brook Trout||14lbs 8oz||Dr. W.J. Cook||Nipigon River, Ontario||July, 1916|
|Bowfin||21lbs 8oz||Robert L. Harmon||Florence, SC||29-Jan-80|
|Brown Bullhead||5lbs 11oz||Robert Bengis||Cedar Creek, FL||28-Mar-95|
|Brown Trout||40lbs 4oz||Rip Collins||Little Red River, AR||9-May-92|
|Bull Trout||32lbs||N.L. Higgins||Lake Pond Orielle, ID||27-Oct-49|
|Burbot||18lbs 11oz||Margit Agren||Angenmanelren, Sweden||22-Oct-96|
|Butterfly Peacock||10lbs 8oz||Larry Larsen||Raraima, Brazil||21-Mar-94|
|Cabezon||23lbs||Wesley Hunter||Juan de Fuca Strait, WA||4-Aug-90|
|California Halibut||53lbs 4oz||Russell J. Harmon||Santa Rosa Island, CA||7-Jul-88|
|Carp||75lbs 11oz||Leo van der Gugten||Lac de St. Cassien, France||21-May-87|
|Channel Catfish||58lbs||W.B. Whaley||Santee-Cooper Res., SC||7-Jul-64|
|Chain Pickerel||9lbs 6oz||Baxley McQuaig Jr.||Homerville, GA||17-Feb-61|
|Chinook Salmon||97lbs 4oz||Les Anderson||Kenai River, AK||17-May-85|
|Chum Salmon||35lbs||Todd Johansson||Edye Pass, Brit. Columbia||11-Jul-95|
|Coho Salmon||33lbs 4oz||Jerry Lifton||Salmon River, Pulaski, NY||27-Sep-89|
|Crevalle Jack||57lbs 14oz||Leon D. Richard||Southwest Pass, LA||15-Aug-97|
|Cobia||135lbs 9oz||Peter W. Goulding||Shark Bay, W. Australia||9-Jul-85|
|Conger||133lbs 4oz||Vic Evans||South Devon, England||5-Jun-95|
|Cubera Snapper||121lbs 8oz||Mike Hebert||Cameron, LA||5-Jul-82|
|Cutthroat Trout||41lbs||John Skimmerhorn||Pyramid Lake, NV||December, 1925|
|Dolly Varden||18lbs 9oz||Richard B. Evans||Mashutuk River, AK||13-Jul-93|
|Dolphin||87lbs||Manuel Salazar||Papagallo Gulf, Costa Rica||25-Sep-76|
|Dorado||51lbs 5oz||Armando Giudice||Corrientes, Argentina||27-Sep-84|
|European Bass||20lbs 11oz||Jean Baptiste Bayle||Stes Maries de la Mer, France||6-May-86|
|Flathead Catfish||91lbs 4oz||Mike Rogers||Lake Lewisville, TX||28-Mar-82|
|Flatwhiskered Catfish||9lbs 4oz||Cavour Pieranti||Rio Paraquai, Brazil||11-Sep-96|
|Florida Gar||21lbs 3oz||Jeff Sabol||Boca Raton, FL||3-Jun-81|
|Freshwater Drum||54lbs 8oz||Benny E. Hull||Nickajack Lake, TN||20-Apr-72|
|Giant Sea Bass||563lbs 8oz||J.D. McAdam Jr.||Anacapa Island, CA||20-Aug-68|
|Giant Tigerfish||97lbs||Raymond Houtmans||Zaire River, Kinshasa, Zaire||9-Jul-88|
|Gilded Catfish||85lbs 8oz||Gilberto Fernandes||Amazon River, Brazil||15-Nov-86|
|Gizzard Shad||4lbs 6oz||Mike Berg||Lake Michigan, IN||2-Mar-96|
|Golden Trout||11lbs||Charles S. Reed||Cooks Lake, WY||5-Aug-48|
|Goldfish||6lbs 10oz||Florentino M. Abena||Lake Hodges, CA||17-Apr-96|
|Grass Pickerel||1lbs||Mike Berg||Dewart Lake, IN||9-Jun-90|
|Great Barracuda||85lbs||John W. Helfrich||Christmas Is., Rep. of Kiribati||11-Apr-92|
|Great White Shark||2664lbs||Alfred Dean||Ceduna, S. Australia||21-Apr-59|
|Greater Amberjack||155lbs 10oz||Joseph Dawson||Challenger Bank, Bermuda||24-Jun-81|
|Greater Redhorse||9lbs 3oz||Jason Wilson||Salmon River, Pulaski, NY||11-May-85|
|Greenland Shark||1708lbs 9oz||Terje Nordtvedt||Trondheimsfjord, Norway||18-Oct-87|
|Guadalupe Bass||3lbs 11oz||Allen Christenson Jr.||Lake Travis, TX||25-Sep-83|
|Haddock||14lbs 15oz||Heike Neblinger||Saltraumen, Germany||15-Aug-97|
|Hammerhead Shark||991lbs||Allen Ogle||Sarasota, FL||30-May-82|
|Horse-eye Jack||24lbs 8oz||Tito Schnau||Miami, FL||20-Dec-82|
|Inconnu||53lbs||Lawrence E. Hudnall||Pah River, AK||20-Aug-86|
|Jewfish||680lbs||Lynn Joyner||Fernandina Beach, FL||20-May-61|
|Kawakawa||29lbs||Ronald Nakamura||Clarion Island, Mexico||17-Dec-86|
|King Mackerel||90lbs||Norton I. Thomton||Key West, FL||16-Feb-76|
|Kokanee||9lbs 6oz||Norm Kuhn||Okanagan Lake, British Columbia||18-Jun-88|
|Lake Salmon||18lbs 4oz||Steve Robinson||Lake Tanganyika, Zambia||1-Dec-87|
|Lake Sturgeon||168lbs||Edward Paszkowski||Georgian Bay, ON, Canada||29-May-82|
|Lake Trout||72lbs||Lloyd E. Bull||Great Bear Lake, N.W.T.||19-Aug-95|
|Lake Whitefish||14lbs 6oz||Dennis M. Laycock||Meaford, Ontario||21-May-84|
|Largemouth Bass||22lbs 4oz||George W. Perry||Montgomery Lake, GA||2-Jun-32|
|Lingcod||69lbs||Murray M. Romer||Langara Is., British Columbia||16-Jun-92|
|Little Tunny||35lbs 2oz||Jean Yves Chatard||Cape de Garde, Algeria||14-Dec-88|
|Longnose Gar||50lbs 5oz||Townsend Miller||Trinity River, TX||30-Jul-54|
|Longtail Tuna||79lbs 2oz||Tim Simpson||Montague Is., NSW, Australia||12-Apr-82|
|Marbled Eel||36lbs 1oz||Ferdie van Nooten||Durban, South Africa||10-Jun-84|
|Mexican Barracuda||21lbs||E. Greg Kent||Phantom Island, Costa Rica||27-Mar-87|
|Mediterranean Spearfish||90lbs 13oz||Joseph Larkin||Madeira Island, Portugal||2-Jun-80|
|Mountain Whitefish||5lbs 8oz||Randy G. Woo||Elbow River, Alberta||1-Aug-95|
|Muskellunge||67lbs 8oz||Cal Johnson||Hayward, WI||24-Jul-49|
|Nile Perch||213lbs 8oz||Adrian Brayshaw||Lake Nasser, Egypt||18-Dec-97|
|Northern Pike||55lbs 1oz||Lothar Louis||Lake of Grefeern, Germany||16-Oct-86|
|Pacific Amberjack||104lbs||Richard Cresswell||Baja Calif., Mexico||4-Jul-84|
|Pacific Bigeye Tuna||435lbs||Dr. Russell Lee||Cabo Blanco, Peru||17-Apr-57|
|Pacific Blue Marlin||1376lbs||Jay W. deBeaubien||Kaaiwi Point, Kona, HI||31-May-82|
|Pacific Bonito||14lbs 12oz||Jerome H. Rilling||San Benitos Is., Baja Calif.||12-Oct-80|
|Pacific Cod||32lbs||Donald Boston||Unalaska Bay, AK||29-Jun-97|
|Pacific Halibut||459lbs||Jack Tragis||Dutch Harbor, AK||11-Jun-96|
|Pacific Sailfish||221lbs||C.W. Stewart||Santa Cruz Is., Ecuador||12-Feb-47|
|Permit||56lbs 2oz||Thomas Sebestyen||Ft. Lauderdale, FL||30-Jun-97|
|Pickhandle Barracuda||25lbs 5oz||Demetrios Stamatis||Scottburgh, South Africa||3-Jul-96|
|Pink Salmon||13lbs 1oz||Ray Higaki||St. Mary's River, Ontario||23-Sep-92|
|Pollack||27lbs 6oz||Robert S. Milkins||Salcombe, Devon, England||16-Jan-86|
|Pollock||50lbs||Thor-Magnus Ukang||Salstraumen, Norway||30-Nov-96|
|Porbeagle Shark||507lbs||Christopher Bennet||Pentland Firth, Scotland||9-Mar-93|
|Rainbow Runner||37lbs 9oz||Tom Pfleger||Clarion Island, Mexico||21-Nov-91|
|Rainbow Trout||42lbs 2oz||David Robert White||Bell Island, AK||22-Jun-70|
|Red Drum||94lbs 2oz||David G. Deuel||Avon, NC||7-Nov-84|
|Red Snapper||50lbs 4oz||Capt. Doc Kennedy||Gulf of Mexico, LA||23-Jun-96|
|Redeye Bass||8lbs 12oz||Carl W. Davis||Apalachicola River, FL||28-Jan-95|
|Redfin Pickerel||2lbs 4oz||Edward C. Davis||St. Pauls, NC||27-Jun-97|
|Redtail Catfish||97lbs 7oz||Gilberto Fernandes||Amazon River, Brazil||16-Jul-88|
|Roanoke Bass||1lbs 5oz||Tom Elkins||Nottoway River, VA||11-Nov-91|
|Rock Bass||3lbs||Peter Gulgin||York River, Ontario||1-Aug-74|
|Roosterfish||114lbs||Abe Sackheim||La Paz, Baja Calif., Mexico||1-Jun-60|
|Round Whitefish||6lbs||Allan J. Ristori||Putahow River, Manitoba||14-Jun-84|
|Sauger||8lbs 12oz||Mike Fischer||Lake Sakakawea, ND||6-Oct-71|
|Shortfin Mako Shark||1115lbs||Patrick Guillanton||Black River, Mauritius||16-Nov-88|
|Sharptoothed Catfish||79lbs 5oz||Hennie Moller||Orange River, S. Africa||5-Dec-92|
|Shortnose Gar||5lbs 12oz||Donna K. Willmart||Rend Lake, Ill||16-Jul-95|
|Silver Redhorse||11lbs 7oz||Neal D.G. Long||Plum Creek, WI||29-May-85|
|Skipjack Tuna||45lbs 4oz||Brian Evans||Flathead Bank, Mexico||16-Nov-96|
|Smallmouth Bass||10lbs 14oz||John T. Gorman||Dale Hollow, TN||24-Apr-69|
|Smallmouth Buffalo||82lbs 3oz||Randy Collins||Athens Lake, TX||6-Jun-93|
|Snook||53lbs 10oz||Gilbert Ponzi||Parismina Ranch, Costa Rica||18-Oct-78|
|Sockeye Salmon||15lbs 3oz||Stan Roach||Kenai River, AK||9-Aug-87|
|Southern Bluefin Tuna||348lbs 5oz||Rex Wood||Whakatane, New Zealand||16-Jan-81|
|Southern Flounder||20lbs 9oz||Larenza Mungin||Nassau Sound, FL||23-Dec-83|
|Spanish Mackerel||13lbs||Robert Cranton||Ocracoke Inlet, NC||4-Nov-87|
|Speckled Peacock||27lbs||Gerald (Doc) Lawson||Rio Negro, Brazil||4-Dec-94|
|Spotted Bass||9lbs 9oz||Kirk Sakamoto||Pine Flat Lake, CA||12-Oct-96|
|Spotted Gar||9lbs 12oz||Rick Rivard||Lake Mevia, TX||7-Apr-94|
|Spotted Seatrout||17lbs 7oz||Craig F. Carson||Ft. Pierce, FL||11-May-95|
|Striped Bass (saltwater)||78lbs 8oz||Albert R. McReynolds||Atlantic City, NJ||21-Sep-82|
|Striped Bass (landlocked)||67lbs 8oz||Hank Ferguson||O'Neill Forebay, San Luis, CA||7-May-92|
|Striped Marlin||494lbs||Bill Boniface||Tutakaka, New Zealand||16-Jan-86|
|Summer Flounder||22lbs 7oz||Charles Nappi||Montauk, NY||15-Sep-75|
|Suwannee Bass||3lbs 14oz||Ronnie Everett||Suwannee River, FL||2-Mar-85|
|Swordfish||1182lbs||L. Marron||Iquique, Chile||7-May-53|
|Tarpon||283lbs 4oz||Yvon Victor Sebag||Sherbro ls., Sierra Leone||16-Apr-91|
|Tautog||24lbs||Gregory R. Bell||Wachapreague, VA||25-Aug-87|
|Tiger Muskellunge||51lbs 3oz||John A. Knobla||Lac Vieux-Desert, WI-MI||16-Jul-19|
|Tiger Shark||1780lbs||Walter Maxwell||Cherry Grove, SC||14-Jun-64|
|Tiger Trout||20lbs 13oz||Peter M. Friedland||Lake Michigan, WI||12-Aug-78|
|Tilapia||6lbs 5oz||Marvin C. Smith||Lake Arsenal, Costa Rica||10-Feb-95|
|Wahoo||158lbs 8oz||Keith Winter||Loreto, Baja Calif., Mexico||10-Jun-96|
|Walleye||25lbs||Mabry Harper||Old Hickory Lake, TN||2-Aug-60|
|Warmouth||2lbs 7oz||Tony D. Dempsey||Guess Lake, Holt, FL||19-Oct-85|
|Warsaw Grouper||436lbs 12oz||Steve Haeusler||Gulf of Mexico, Destin, FL||22-Dec-85|
|Weakfish||19lbs 2oz||Dennis R. Rooney||Jones Beach, Long Island, NY||11-Oct-84|
|Weakfish||19lbs 2oz||William E. Thomas||Delaware Bay, DE||20-May-89|
|White Bass||6lbs 13oz||Ronald L. Sprouse||Lake Orange, VA||31-Jul-89|
|White Catfish||18lbs 14oz||Jim Miller||Inverness, FL||21-Sep-91|
|White Crappie||5lbs 3oz||Fred L. Bright||Enid Dam, MS||31-Jul-57|
|White Marlin||181lbs 14oz||Evandro Luiz Coser||Vitoria, Brazil||8-Dec-79|
|White Perch||4lbs 12oz||Mrs. Earl Small||Messalonskee Lake, ME||4-Jun-49|
|White Seabass||83lbs 12oz||L.C. Baumgardner||San Felipe, Mexico||31-Mar-53|
|White Sturgeon||468lbs||Joey Pallotta III||Benicia, CA||9-Jul-83|
|Whiterock Bass||27lbs 5oz||Jerald C. Shaum||Greers Ferry Lake, AR||24-Apr-97|
|Yellow Bass||2lbs 4oz||Donald L. Stalker||Lake Monroe, IN||27-Mar-77|
|Yellow Bullhead||4lbs 4oz||Emily Williams||Mormon Lake, AZ||11-May-84|
|Yellow Hybrid Bass||2lbs 5oz||George Edwards||Kiamichi River, OK||26-Mar-91|
|Yellow Perch||4lbs 3oz||Dr. C.C. Abbot||Bordentown, NJ||May, 1865|
|Yellowfin Tuna||388lbs 12oz||Curt Wiesenhutter||San Benedicto Island, Mexico||1-Apr-77|
|Zander||25lbs 2oz||Harry Lee Tennison||Trosa, Sweden||12-Jun-86|
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