Lydia Nicolson

Total number of records:
14
Total number of current records:
9
Total number of species:
5
Total number of countries:
1
Date of first record catch:
20-Apr-2006
Date of last record catch:
08-Mar-2013
Heaviest record catch:
46.60 kg (102 lb 11 oz) Tarpon
Heaviest multiple to one:
10 lb 12 oz Threadfin, giant African on 6 lb line
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
W-03 kg (6 lb)
Threadfin, giant African
4.90 kg (10 lb 12 oz)
Kwanza River, Angola
23-Aug-2009
W-08 kg (16 lb)
Threadfin, giant African
9.90 kg (21 lb 13 oz)
Barra do Kwanza, Angola
16-Sep-2006
W-10 kg (20 lb)
Barracuda, Guinean
5.10 kg (11 lb 3 oz)
Luanda, Angola
20-Apr-2006
W-24 kg (50 lb)
Threadfin, giant African
9.30 kg (20 lb 8 oz)
Kwanza River, Angola
28-Aug-2011
W-24 kg (50 lb)
Snapper, African red
4.00 kg (8 lb 13 oz)
Mancha Branca, Angola
28-Dec-2007
W-60 kg (130 lb)
Threadfin, giant African
12.10 kg (26 lb 10 oz)
Barra do Kwanza, Angola
02-Jun-2012
 

Junior & Smallfry World Records

Line Class
Common Name
Weight
Location
Catch Date
F-Junior
Sailfish, Atlantic
36.90 kg (81 lb 5 oz)
Lobito, Angola
08-Mar-2013
F-Junior
Threadfin, giant African
12.10 kg (26 lb 10 oz)
Barra do Kwanza, Angola
02-Jun-2012
F-Junior
Threadfin, giant African
9.30 kg (20 lb 8 oz)
Kwanza River, Angola
28-Aug-2011
F-Junior
Threadfin, giant African
0.00 kg (10 lb 12 oz)
Kwanza River, Angola
23-Aug-2009
F-Smallfry
Snapper, African red
4.00 kg (8 lb 13 oz)
Mancha Branca, Angola
28-Dec-2007
F-Smallfry
Tarpon
46.60 kg (102 lb 11 oz)
Barra do Kwanza, Angola
28-Dec-2007
F-Smallfry
Sailfish, Atlantic
41.60 kg (91 lb 11 oz)
Luanda, Angola
03-Nov-2007
F-Smallfry
Threadfin, giant African
9.90 kg (21 lb 13 oz)
Barra do Kwanza, Angola
16-Sep-2006

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