Fumiya Okuyama

Total number of records:
12
Total number of current records:
7
Total number of species:
10
Total number of countries:
1
Date of first record catch:
28-Jan-1996
Date of last record catch:
29-Jul-2021
Heaviest record catch:
7.20 kg (15 lb 13 oz) Tuna, bigeye (Pacific)
Heaviest multiple to one:
15.0 lb 13.0 oz Tuna, bigeye (Pacific) on 4 lb tippet
 

All-Tackle World Records

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
All-Tackle
Okin-buna
1.46 kg (3 lb 3 oz)
Tama River, Tokyo, Japan
16-Apr-2015
All-Tackle
Catfish, amur
3.75 kg (8 lb 4 oz)
Tama River, Tokyo, Japan
15-Nov-2013
All-Tackle
Sawtail, scalpel
2.50 kg (5 lb 8 oz)
Miyake Island, Tokyo, Japan
28-May-2012
All-Tackle
Okina-mejina
0.75 kg (1 lb 10 oz)
Miyake Island, Tokyo, Japan
05-Jun-2011
All-Tackle
Redfin, Pacific
2.35 kg (5 lb 2 oz)
Tama River, Tokyo, Japan
11-Apr-2011
All-Tackle (tie)
Redfin, Pacific
2.05 kg (4 lb 8 oz)
Tama River, Tokyo, Japan
28-Mar-2009
All-Tackle
Mejina
1.70 kg (3 lb 11 oz)
Miyake Is., Tokyo, Japan
29-Nov-2006
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-04 kg (8 lb)
Carp, grass
24.10 kg (53 lb 2 oz)
Motoarakawa, Saitama, Japan
29-Jul-2021
 

Tippet Class World Records (Fly Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Tippet M-02 kg (4 lb)
Tuna, bigeye (Pacific)
7.20 kg (15 lb 13 oz)
Ginoza, Okinawa, Japan
07-Nov-2003
Tippet M-03 kg (6 lb)
Tuna, bigeye (Pacific)
4.62 kg (10 lb 2 oz)
Ginoza, Okinawa, Japan
07-Nov-2003
Tippet M-03 kg (6 lb)
Carp, common
6.44 kg (14 lb 3 oz)
Miyako River, Chiba, Japan
28-Jan-1996
Tippet M-06 kg (12 lb)
Salmon, pink
3.90 kg (8 lb 9 oz)
Rausu, Hokkaido, Japan
05-Sep-2000

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