George Hogan, Jr.

Total number of records:
14
Total number of current records:
13
Total number of species:
10
Total number of countries:
2
Date of first record catch:
08-Sep-1989
Date of last record catch:
10-Apr-1997
Heaviest record catch:
64.00 kg (141 lb 1 oz) Marlin, blue (Pacific)
Heaviest multiple to one:
106.0 lb Tarpon on 2 lb line
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Snook, Atlantic
10.99 kg (24 lb 4 oz)
Jupiter, Florida, USA
08-Aug-1995
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Halibut, Pacific
32.74 kg (72 lb 3 oz)
Cook Inlet, Homer, Alaska, USA
11-Jul-1994
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Tarpon
48.08 kg (106 lb 0 oz)
Marathon Key, Florida, USA
10-Jun-1992
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Roosterfish
13.00 kg (28 lb 10 oz)
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
08-May-1992
M-01 kg (2 lb)
Shark, mako
37.00 kg (81 lb 9 oz)
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
05-May-1992
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Drum, red
23.74 kg (52 lb 5 oz)
Indian River Lagoon, Florida, USA
24-Feb-1996
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Tuna, bigeye (Pacific)
9.97 kg (22 lb 0 oz)
Kona, Hawaii, USA
16-Apr-1994
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Tarpon
58.28 kg (128 lb 8 oz)
Marathon Key, Florida, USA
06-Apr-1992
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Dolphinfish
24.00 kg (52 lb 14 oz)
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
11-Sep-1989
M-02 kg (4 lb)
Marlin, blue (Pacific)
64.00 kg (141 lb 1 oz)
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
08-Sep-1989
M-03 kg (6 lb)
Tarpon
63.45 kg (139 lb 14 oz)
Marathon Key, Florida, USA
10-Apr-1997
M-03 kg (6 lb)
Snook, Atlantic
18.82 kg (41 lb 8 oz)
Jupiter, Florida, USA
23-Jul-1996
 

Tippet Class World Records (Fly Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Tippet M-01 kg (2 lb)
Cobia
10.38 kg (22 lb 14 oz)
Destin, Florida, USA
05-Jun-1996
Tippet M-02 kg (4 lb)
Cobia
16.87 kg (37 lb 3 oz)
Destin, Florida, USA
26-Apr-1995

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