Pull, tweak and drop on my friends!! Everybody’s doing it…
As evidenced by how easily you guys have been getting the past few Name that Fish game answers so quickly and easily, I decided to dig a little deeper this time around. See if you can spot this one…
This fish, a pending IGFA 20-lb. line class record, came from Africa and weighed an impressive 100 pounds, 1-ounce. Apparently, they’re pretty bad-ass too, because it took angler James Hodgson, of Western Cape, South Africa 2 hours to subdue the beast.
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You know me…I’m a huge fan of throwing topwater for anything that swims…but I’ve never come close to having my plug sucked down by anything like this pending all-tackle IGFA world record jack crevalle!
The 66-pound, 2 ouncer smashed a Willamson Jet Popper tossed by Carlos Alberto Leal Simoes, of Luanda, who was fishing Barra Do Dande, near Angola, Africa with guide Marcio de Oliveira Inocencio. The beast took 15 minutes to subdue and weighed nearly 8 pounds more than the current IGFA record, a fish that was also caught in Africa 10 years back.
Damn, I want some!