IGFA Potential Record Catches: Gemfish, Piabahna, Trumpeter

The IGFA has released another batch of potential all-tackle world record catches. As always, it must be noted that these catches are currently undergoing the review process, and have not yet been officially recognized as world records.
#PiabanhaIGFA
On Jan. 13, Fabio Zurlini was fishing in Brazil?s Para Ibuna when he landed a piabahna. It weighed 8 lbs, 12 oz, measured in at 55 cm, and was caught using a tlienco.
#HapukuIGFA
#Southern Bastard CodlingIGFA
Sue Tindale has been busy since we last saw her. On Feb. 28, while fishing at the appropriately-named Sue?s Rock in New Zealand, she landed this beautiful hapuku. It weighed in at 51 lbs, 2 oz, measured 119 cm, and was caught using skipjack tuna. And then, on April 8, she was fishing on New Zealand?s Bay of Island when she landed a southern bastard codling. It weighed 5 lbs, 6 oz, measured 62 cm, and was also caught using skipjack
#GemfishIGFA
#TrumpeterIGFA
Another Tindale has also made this week?s list! Scott Tindale was fishing at New Zealand?s Sue?s Rock when he landed this gemfish. It weighed 17 lbs, 8 oz, measured in at 100 cm, and was caught using skipjack tuna. And then, on March 12, while fishing on New Zealand?s Edward Island, he landed a beautiful trumpeter that weighed 3 lbs, 10 oz, and measured in at 47 cm. It was caught using a piece of barracuda.
#Brown Banded Bamboo CatsharkIGFA
Finally, Steven M. Wozniak was fishing on Thailand?s Kut Island on April 27 when he landed this brown banded bamboo catshark. It weighed 7 lbs, measured 91.9 cm, and was caught using a piece of squid.
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