IGFA Record Catches - Squirefish Snapper, Titan Triggerfish, Dainan-Anago

With the holiday season in full swing, the IGFA has released a brand new batch of potential all-tackle and all-tackle (length) world record catches. As always, these catches are currently undergoing the review process, and as such are not officially world records at this time.
#TaimenIGFA
#Japanese (Suzuki) Sea BassIGFA
We start things off this week with two catches from Ichiro Nagai, M.D. On Aug. 30, Nagai was fishing Mongolia?s Ur River when he landed a Taimen that measured in at 98 cm. A few days later, while fishing in Kawasaki, Japan, he landed a Japanese (Suzuki) Seabass that measured in at 65 cm. Both fish were caught using a Skater Mouse.
#EscolarIGFA
Emil Terry was fishing off of Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands on Sept. 28 when he landed a potential all-tackle world record escolar. The monster weighed in at 173 lbs, 12 oz, and measured 187.96 cm. Terry used strip bait to land the escolar.
#ParoreIGFA
#Greenback horse mackerelIGFA
#Squirefish snapperIGFA
#Blue mackerelIGFA
From the end of October to mid-November, Scott Tindale of New Zealand went on quite a roll. On Oct. 29, in Gulf Harbour, he landed a parore that weighed 2 lbs and measured 39 cm. Tindale used a mussel as bait. And then, over a three day stretch, he added three more notches (potentially) to his world-record belt. On Nov. 12, while fishing with pilchard in Army Bay, he landed a greenback horse mackerel that weighed 1 lb, 4 oz, and measured 37.5 cm. Two days later, he caught a squirefish snapper that measured in at 68 cm, using mackerel as bait. And the following day, off of Hibiscus Coast, he landed a blue mackerel that weighed 4 lbs, 11 oz, and measured 55 cm.
#Titan triggerfishIGFA
On Nov. 6, Masaaki Sudoh was fishing in Amagi, Japan, when he landed a potential all-tackle world record titan triggerfish. It weighed 4 lbs, 8 oz, measured 47 cm and was caught on a Crazy Charlie.
#Dainan-anagoIGFA
Yoshikatsu Higuchi was fishing in Togawa, Japan on Nov. 12 when he landed a dainan-anago that weighed 9 lbs, 9 oz and measured 124 cm. Higuchi used a sardine to land the unusual fish.
#Blue peacockIGFA
On the same day, Fabricio Bigua landed a blue peacock that weighed 10 lbs and measured in at 61 cm. The fish was caught in Brazil?s Serra da Mesa Lake, using a Imakatsu Trainao.
#Lagleri barbIGFA
Finally, Jean-Francois Helias landed a potential all-tackle world record lagleri barb on Nov. 28 in Laos?s Luang Prabang. The fish weighed 1 lb, 11 oz, measured in at 30 cm and was caught using rice husk flour.More record catches can be found here.
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