IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

Not long after angler Victor Sommers, of Balboa Island, California, cast his bait into the water, his six-pound line went tight. An hour and a half later, his 45-pound, nine-ounce white seabass went into the fishbox. Sommers's seabass, which he caught off Laguna Beach, is in line to top the current six-pound line-class record of 43 pounds, seven ounces.Courtesy Of Victor Sommers
IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

Jason Ferguson caught a pending-world-record snowy grouper off Virginia Beach. "It was like reeling in a dump truck," he said. The fish weighed 37 pounds, nine ounces--almost ten pounds heavier than the current world record.Courtesy Of Jason Ferguson
IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

IGFA Potential World Records - October 2006

Mark Bachman, of Welches, Oregon, snapped the current fly-rod record for yellowtail on 20-pound tippet when he landed this 31-pound 'tail off the Baja Peninsula. The pending-record fish, which Bachman landed in 45 minutes, is eight pounds, 12 ounces heavier than the current record.Courtesy Of Mark Bachman