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Yukihiro Sakamoto recently submitted this 2.28-kilogram (5-pound) scrawled filefish to potentially set the IGFA All-Tackle World Record for the species. Yukihiro was fishing in Yakushima, Japan 🇯🇵 when this filefish took his bait. After a quick fight he was able to land this potential record fish. He then recorded the weight on his certified scale and released the filefish safely. This record is currently pending and under review. ... See MoreSee Less
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Kenneth Bernardi recently submitted this 4.54-kilogram (10-pound) alfonsino to potentially set the IGFA All-Tackle World Record for the species. He was fishing aboard the Yankee Captain at Pulley Ridge off the coast of Florida when this massive alfonsino struck his jig. After returning home from the trip, Kenneth stopped by IGFA HQ to show us this potential record and submit an application. This record is currently pending and under review. ... See MoreSee Less
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