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Kurita Ties Perry’s World Record Largemouth Bass

The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) announced today that Manabu Kurita of Japan tied George Perry’s 78 year old world record for a largemouth bass. Caught in 1932, Perry’s fish weighed in at 22 pounds, 4 ounces. Kurita’s fish was 22 pounds, 4.97 ounces but since it was not at least 2 ounces over Perry’s fish it could not supplant the old record.

http://www.igfa.org/Records/World-Record-Largemouth-Bass.aspx

Comments

  1. PocketOfStars says:

    That’s a LOT of sashimi being held in that little guy’s hands.

  2. Are you talking about the giant tuna. You wouldn’t want to eat a freshwater fish raw.

  3. great post, thanks for sharing

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