The world record for walleye was registered at 22 pounds 11 ounces. It was caught in 1982 during a fishing tournament on Greer's Ferry Lake in Arkansas. More »

The world record for a crappie is 5 pounds 3 ounces according to the International Game Fish Association. The largest crappie captured is a white crappie, which also goes by the names of papermouth and bachelor perch. Th... More »

The record catch for a bluegill weighed 4 pounds 12 ounces. T.S. Hudson made the record-setting catch on April 9, 1950, at Ketona Lake near Tarrant, Alabama. The bluegill had a girth of 18 1/4 inches, and was 15 inches i... More »

The largest officially registered walleye ever caught had a length of 35 inches and had a circumference of 23 inches. The fish weighed 19.3 pounds. More »

To catch walleyes, consult local organizations to determine where the fish are located, and use the appropriate bait for the season and water conditions. Using a depth-finder helps to identify the location of fish. Catch... More »

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To fish for walleye, focus on the areas of lakes where they are likely to be found, and use shiners along with the right jig to bring a nice catch into the boat. Remaining flexible about the type of jig can help you turn... More »

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As of July 2014, the world record for riding the largest wave belongs to Garrett McNamara, who rode a wave officially listed in the Guinness Book of World Records at 78 feet in November 2011. McNamara's record, however, ... More »

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