Inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys)

(Guldenstadt, 1772); SALMONIDAE FAMILY; also called sheefish, connie (or conny) Eskimo tarpon. Inconnu is a French name meaning “unknown.”
This member of the salmon family is found in of Alaska from the Kuskokwim River (Bering Sea drainage) north, throughout the Yukon River into Canada as well as the MacKenzie River and Great Bear and Great Slave Lakes in Canada's Northwest Territories as far as the Anderson River near Cape Bathurst, and in isolated areas of extreme northern British Columbia. On the Asian side, it occurs westward as far as the White Sea, and an isolated population inhabits th... Read More

 
 

All-Tackle World Records

Line Class
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Angler
All-Tackle
24.04 kg (53 lb 0 oz)
Pah River, Alaska, USA
20-Aug-1986
 

Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Angler
M-01 kg (2 lb)
18.71 kg (41 lb 4 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
10-Aug-1987
M-02 kg (4 lb)
17.57 kg (38 lb 12 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
08-Aug-1987
M-03 kg (6 lb)
12.70 kg (28 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
30-Aug-2002
M-04 kg (8 lb)
17.69 kg (39 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
20-Aug-1986
M-06 kg (12 lb)
15.87 kg (35 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
07-Aug-1987
M-08 kg (16 lb)
16.32 kg (36 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
07-Aug-1987
M-10 kg (20 lb)
24.04 kg (53 lb 0 oz)
Pah River, Alaska, USA
20-Aug-1986
M-15 kg (30 lb)
15.42 kg (34 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
10-Aug-1987
M-24 kg (50 lb)
14.51 kg (32 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
12-Aug-1987
M-37 kg (80 lb)
0.00 kg (0 lb 0 oz)
Vacant,
 
Vacant
W-01 kg (2 lb)
5.10 kg (11 lb 4 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
28-Jul-2019
W-02 kg (4 lb)
7.31 kg (16 lb 2 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
27-Jul-2019
W-03 kg (6 lb)
6.83 kg (15 lb 1 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
01-Aug-2019
W-04 kg (8 lb)
8.11 kg (17 lb 14 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
01-Aug-2019
W-06 kg (12 lb)
7.80 kg (17 lb 3 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
21-Jul-2021
W-08 kg (16 lb)
6.97 kg (15 lb 6 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
22-Jul-2021
W-10 kg (20 lb)
7.60 kg (16 lb 12 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
22-Jul-2020
W-15 kg (30 lb)
8.67 kg (19 lb 2 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
21-Jul-2021
W-24 kg (50 lb)
0.00 kg (0 lb 0 oz)
Vacant,
 
Vacant
W-37 kg (80 lb)
0.00 kg (0 lb 0 oz)
Vacant,
 
Vacant
 

Tippet Class World Records (Fly Tackle)

Line Class
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Angler
Tippet M-01 kg (2 lb)
11.33 kg (25 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
01-Sep-2002
Tippet M-02 kg (4 lb)
12.47 kg (27 lb 8 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
14-Aug-1987
Tippet M-03 kg (6 lb)
9.75 kg (21 lb 8 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
23-Jun-1997
Tippet M-04 kg (8 lb)
15.08 kg (33 lb 4 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
13-Aug-1987
Tippet M-06 kg (12 lb)
18.59 kg (41 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
28-Aug-2000
Tippet M-08 kg (16 lb)
13.60 kg (30 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
11-Aug-1987
Tippet M-10 kg (20 lb)
11.79 kg (26 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
11-Aug-2007
Tippet W-01 kg (2 lb)
3.80 kg (8 lb 6 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
21-Jul-2020
Tippet W-02 kg (4 lb)
4.62 kg (10 lb 3 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
21-Jul-2020
Tippet W-03 kg (6 lb)
7.20 kg (15 lb 14 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
21-Jul-2020
Tippet W-04 kg (8 lb)
5.22 kg (11 lb 8 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
21-Jul-2020
Tippet W-06 kg (12 lb)
8.39 kg (18 lb 8 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
24-Jul-2020
Tippet W-08 kg (16 lb)
7.09 kg (15 lb 10 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
24-Jul-2020
Tippet W-10 kg (20 lb)
7.54 kg (16 lb 10 oz)
Holitna River, Alaska, USA
24-Jul-2020
 

Junior & Smallfry World Records

Line Class
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Angler
F-Junior
0.00 kg (0 lb 0 oz)
Vacant,
 
Vacant
F-Smallfry
0.00 kg (0 lb 0 oz)
Vacant,
 
Vacant
M-Junior
9.07 kg (20 lb 0 oz)
Kobuk River, Alaska, USA
10-Aug-2007
M-Smallfry
3.17 kg (7 lb 0 oz)
Innoko River, Alaska, USA
17-Jun-2004

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