Tetsuya Kataoka

Total number of records:
9
Total number of current records:
3
Total number of species:
6
Total number of countries:
1
Date of first record catch:
30-Dec-2000
Date of last record catch:
17-Apr-2017
Heaviest record catch:
15.00 kg (33 lb 2 oz) Huchen, Japanese
Heaviest multiple to one:
25 lb 9 oz Salmon, chum on 8 lb line
 

All-Tackle World Records

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
All-Tackle
Huchen, Japanese
15.00 kg (33 lb 2 oz)
Kushiro River, Japan
17-Apr-2017
All-Tackle
Huchen, Japanese
12.95 kg (28 lb 8 oz)
Sarufutsu River, Japan
30-May-2015
All-Tackle
Huchen, Japanese
11.60 kg (25 lb 9 oz)
Sarufutsu River, Hokkaido, Japan
24-May-2014
All-Tackle
Pollock, Alaska
2.35 kg (5 lb 2 oz)
Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan
29-Oct-2005
All-Tackle
Pollock, Alaska
1.10 kg (2 lb 6 oz)
Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan
09-Jul-2005
All-Tackle (tie)
Greenling, rock
1.70 kg (3 lb 11 oz)
Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan
27-Jun-2004
All-Tackle
Kuromenuke
2.75 kg (6 lb 1 oz)
Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan
17-Jun-2004
All-Tackle
Grouper, Hong Kong
2.47 kg (5 lb 7 oz)
Kanmon, Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan
30-Dec-2000
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-04 kg (8 lb)
Salmon, chum
11.60 kg (25 lb 9 oz)
Churui River, Hokkaido, Japan
21-Sep-2002

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