Bill Tenney

Total number of records:
9
Total number of current records:
1
Total number of species:
1
Total number of countries:
3
Date of first record catch:
31-Mar-1985
Date of last record catch:
10-Aug-1991
Heaviest record catch:
15.64 kg (34 lb 8 oz) Pike, northern
Heaviest multiple to one:
29.0 lb 8.0 oz Pike, northern on 16 lb line
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-08 kg (16 lb)
Pike, northern
13.38 kg (29 lb 8 oz)
Yukon River, Alaska, USA
16-Aug-1988
M-15 kg (30 lb)
Pike, northern
15.64 kg (34 lb 8 oz)
Yukon, Alaska, USA
10-Aug-1991
M-15 kg (30 lb)
Pike, northern
11.33 kg (25 lb 0 oz)
Swedish Archipelago, Trosa, Sweden
29-Apr-1986
M-15 kg (30 lb)
Pike, northern
10.66 kg (23 lb 8 oz)
Brabant Island, North West Territory, Canada
30-Jun-1985
M-15 kg (30 lb) (tie)
Pike, northern
9.75 kg (21 lb 8 oz)
Lake Athabasca, Alberta, Canada
01-Apr-1985
M-15 kg (30 lb) (tie)
Pike, northern
9.75 kg (21 lb 8 oz)
Lake Athabasca, Alberta, Canada
01-Apr-1985
M-15 kg (30 lb)
Pike, northern
9.75 kg (21 lb 8 oz)
Lake Athatbasca, Alberta, Canada
31-Mar-1985
M-15 kg (30 lb)
Pike, northern
9.75 kg (21 lb 8 oz)
Lake Athabasca, Alberta, Canada
31-Mar-1985
M-24 kg (50 lb)
Pike, northern
13.61 kg (30 lb 0 oz)
Swedish Archipelago, Trosa, Sweden
02-May-1986

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