Eizo Marushashi

Total number of records:
9
Total number of current records:
1
Total number of species:
6
Total number of countries:
3
Date of first record catch:
13-Nov-1983
Date of last record catch:
31-May-2000
Heaviest record catch:
56.24 kg (124 lb 0 oz) Sailfish, Pacific
Heaviest multiple to one:
124 lb Sailfish, Pacific on 16 lb tippet
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
M-08 kg (16 lb)
Trevally, giant
35.38 kg (78 lb 0 oz)
Christmas Island, Australia
03-Jun-1984
M-24 kg (50 lb)
Parrotperch, spotted
3.05 kg (6 lb 11 oz)
Hahajima, Ogasawara, Tokyo, Japan
29-May-2000
M-60 kg (130 lb)
Parrotperch, spotted
7.80 kg (17 lb 3 oz)
Hahajima, Ogasawara, Tokyo, Japan
31-May-2000
 

Tippet Class World Records (Fly Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Tippet M-04 kg (8 lb)
Seabass, Japanese (suzuki)
0.82 kg (1 lb 13 oz)
Chiba, Japan
19-Nov-1983
Tippet M-06 kg (12 lb)
Roosterfish
15.08 kg (33 lb 4 oz)
Golfo de Papagayo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
22-Aug-1990
Tippet M-08 kg (16 lb)
Sailfish, Pacific
56.24 kg (124 lb 0 oz)
Gulf of Papagayo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
21-Jul-1989
Tippet M-08 kg (16 lb)
Seabass, blackfin
1.91 kg (4 lb 3 oz)
Chikura, Chiba, Japan
18-Dec-1983
Tippet M-08 kg (16 lb)
Seabass, Japanese (suzuki)
2.69 kg (5 lb 15 oz)
Otsuhama Harbor, Chiba, Japan
13-Nov-1983
Tippet M-10 kg (20 lb)
Roosterfish
3.97 kg (8 lb 12 oz)
Bahia Pez Vela, Costa Rica
16-Sep-1993

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