Olivier Charpentier

Total number of records:
12
Total number of current records:
3
Total number of species:
11
Total number of countries:
3
Date of first record catch:
30-Apr-2011
Date of last record catch:
30-Oct-2013
Heaviest record catch:
7.26 kg (16 lb 0 oz) Needlefish, Pacific agujon
Heaviest multiple to one:
 

All-Tackle World Records

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
All-Tackle
Needlefish, Pacific agujon
7.26 kg (16 lb 0 oz)
Islas Secas, Panama
08-Dec-2012
All-Tackle
Triggerfish, finescale
2.50 kg (5 lb 8 oz)
Chiriqui, Panama
02-Apr-2012
All-Tackle
Jack, fortune
3.86 kg (8 lb 8 oz)
Montuosa Island, Panama
03-Dec-2011
 

All-Tackle (Length) World Records

Line Class
Common Name
Length
Location
Catch Date
All-Tackle (Length)
Trahira
97.0 cm
South River, Kayser, Suriname
30-Oct-2013
All-Tackle (Length) (tie)
Catfish, redtail (pirarara)
126.0 cm
South River, Kayser, Suriname
29-Oct-2013
All-Tackle (Length)
Char, Arctic
90.0 cm
Tree River, Nunavut, Canada
18-Jul-2013
All-Tackle (Length)
Trevally, bluefin
78.0 cm
Isla Jicaron, Panama
30-May-2012
All-Tackle (Length)
Bonito, Pacific
67.0 cm
Isla Jicaron, Panama
26-Nov-2011
All-Tackle (Length) (tie)
Trevally, bluefin
70.0 cm
Montuosa Island, Panama
10-Jul-2011
All-Tackle (Length)
Roosterfish
130.0 cm
Boca Chica, Chiriqui, Panama
04-Jul-2011
All-Tackle (Length) (tie)
Jack, Pacific crevalle
81.0 cm
Boca Chica, Panama
15-Jun-2011
All-Tackle (Length)
Snapper, Pacific cubera
107.0 cm
Islas Ladrones, Chiriqui, Panama
30-Apr-2011
 

All-Tackle Length Fly World Records

Line Class
Length
Location
Catch Date
Angler

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