Martin Vanderploeg

Total number of records:
8
Total number of current records:
2
Total number of species:
5
Total number of countries:
1
Date of first record catch:
30-Jul-1984
Date of last record catch:
20-Aug-1987
Heaviest record catch:
8.50 kg (18 lb 12 oz) Halibut, Pacific
Heaviest multiple to one:
12.0 lb 6.0 oz Salmon, coho on 2 lb line
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Salmon, sockeye
5.61 kg (12 lb 5 oz)
Russian River, Alaska, USA
20-Aug-1987
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Dolly Varden
2.14 kg (4 lb 11 oz)
Rocky River, Alaska, USA
15-Aug-1987
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Salmon, coho
5.63 kg (12 lb 6 oz)
Cook Inlet, Alaska, USA
13-Aug-1984
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Salmon, chum
7.85 kg (17 lb 5 oz)
Fish Creek, Alaska, USA
01-Aug-1986
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Dolly Varden
2.62 kg (5 lb 12 oz)
Rocky River, Alaska, USA
14-Jul-1986
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Salmon, sockeye
4.96 kg (10 lb 15 oz)
Russian River, Alaska, USA
14-Aug-1984
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Salmon, chum
3.90 kg (8 lb 9 oz)
Willow Creek, Alaska, USA
10-Aug-1984
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Halibut, Pacific
8.50 kg (18 lb 12 oz)
Kachemak Bay, Alaska, USA
30-Jul-1984

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