Alexander Johnston

Total number of records:
16
Total number of current records:
9
Total number of species:
12
Total number of countries:
1
Date of first record catch:
17-Nov-2001
Date of last record catch:
28-Sep-2007
Heaviest record catch:
496.00 kg (1,093 lb 7 oz) Marlin, black
Heaviest multiple to one:
 

Junior & Smallfry World Records

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-Junior
Tuna, dogtooth
61.00 kg (134 lb 8 oz)
Osprey Reef, N. QLD, Australia
28-Sep-2007
M-Junior
Threadfin, king
5.60 kg (12 lb 5 oz)
Weipa, Queensland, Australia
12-Dec-2006
M-Junior
Marlin, black
496.00 kg (1,093 lb 7 oz)
Linden Bank, Cairns, Australia
26-Nov-2006
M-Junior
Shark, whaler
234.00 kg (515 lb 14 oz)
Linden Bank, Cairns, Australia
11-Oct-2005
M-Junior
Shark, tiger
485.00 kg (1,069 lb 3 oz)
Cairns, Australia
11-Oct-2005
M-Junior
Ladyfish
3.00 kg (6 lb 9 oz)
Weipa, QLD, Australia
07-Apr-2005
M-Junior
Trevally, bigeye
11.00 kg (24 lb 4 oz)
Hope Reef, Cairns, Australia
06-Mar-2004
M-Junior
Shark, hammerhead
233.00 kg (513 lb 10 oz)
Cairns, Australia
29-Feb-2004
M-Junior
Mackerel, narrowbarred
24.00 kg (52 lb 14 oz)
Linden Bank, Cairns, Australia
25-Jan-2004
M-Junior (tie)
Marlin, black
392.00 kg (864 lb 3 oz)
Cairns, Australia
11-Oct-2003
M-Smallfry
Barramundi
17.00 kg (37 lb 7 oz)
Lake Tinaroo, Cairns, Australia
05-Jul-2003
M-Smallfry
Trevally, bluefin
5.50 kg (12 lb 2 oz)
Opal Reef, Cairns, Australia
16-Apr-2003
M-Smallfry
Marlin, black
185.00 kg (407 lb 13 oz)
Onyx Reef, Cairns, Australia
24-Nov-2002
M-Smallfry
Marlin, black
171.00 kg (376 lb 15 oz)
Linden Bank, Cairns, Australia
06-Oct-2002
M-Smallfry
Bludger
5.00 kg (11 lb 0 oz)
Oyster Reef, Cairns, Australia
25-Apr-2002
M-Smallfry
Marlin, black
66.75 kg (147 lb 2 oz)
Linden Bank, Cairns, Australia
17-Nov-2001

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