Mike Levitt

Total number of records:
9
Total number of current records:
2
Total number of species:
4
Total number of countries:
3
Date of first record catch:
16-Nov-1981
Date of last record catch:
28-May-2001
Heaviest record catch:
334.50 kg (737 lb 7 oz) Marlin, black
Heaviest multiple to one:
737.0 lb 7.0 oz Marlin, black on 12 lb line
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Marlin, black
52.00 kg (114 lb 10 oz)
Broughton Island, Port Stephens, Australia
10-Mar-1997
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Tuna, yellowfin
25.00 kg (55 lb 1 oz)
Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia
01-Jan-1993
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Marlin, white
40.10 kg (88 lb 6 oz)
Vitoria, Brazil
06-Dec-1990
M-03 kg (6 lb)
Marlin, striped
100.50 kg (221 lb 8 oz)
Three Kings, New Zealand
28-May-2001
M-04 kg (8 lb)
Marlin, white
37.70 kg (83 lb 1 oz)
Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil
11-Dec-1986
M-06 kg (12 lb)
Marlin, striped
134.26 kg (296 lb 0 oz)
Three Kings, New Zealand
17-May-1998
M-06 kg (12 lb)
Marlin, white
64.41 kg (142 lb 0 oz)
Vitoria, Brazil
05-Dec-1992
M-06 kg (12 lb)
Marlin, black
334.50 kg (737 lb 7 oz)
Cairns, Queensland, Australia
16-Nov-1981
M-08 kg (16 lb)
Marlin, white
40.00 kg (88 lb 2 oz)
Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil
02-Dec-1984

Fishing World Records

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