What is the state record bluegill in Mississippi?

3.45 lbs
The following list of state record fish is according to the Mississippi Wildlife Fisheries & Parks….Mississippi Fishing Records.

SPECIES Bluegill
SIZE 3.45 lbs
ANGLER G. Thurmond
DATE 2/2/95

What is the world record bluegill bream?

4 pounds 12 ounces
The Biggest Bluegill in the World The world record bluegill recorded by IGFA or the International Gamefish Association was caught in 1950 at Ketona Lake, Alabama. This bluegill weighed in at a whopping 4 pounds 12 ounces and came in at 15 inches long with an astounding girth of 18-ΒΌ inches.

What is the state record bass in Mississippi?

18.15 lbs
Rod and Reel

Species Weight Hometown
Silver Carp * 27.25 lbs Tupelo, MS
Largemouth Bass 18.15 lbs Washington, MS
Spotted Bass 8 lbs 2 oz Seminary, MS
Smallmouth Bass 7 lbs 15 oz Walnut, MS

What is the largest freshwater fish in Mississippi?

Gulf sturgeon
The Pearl and Pascagoula rivers are the breeding grounds for what is likely the largest fish that swims in Mississippi freshwater: the Gulf sturgeon. “Three hundred to 400 pounds is about the maximum,” Paul Hartfield of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said.

What is the biggest crappie caught in Mississippi?

5 lbs, 3 oz.

Description July 22, 2011 – Enid, Mississippi The world record crappie was caught from nearby Enid Lake, a large reservoir with a popular crappie fishery. The crappie weighed in at 5 lbs, 3 oz. Credit: Rebecca M. Krogman, USFWS
Source World Record Crappie from Enid Lake, MS Uploaded by AlbertHerring

What is the Mississippi State record for catfish?

95 pounds
Catfish, especially blue catfish, can grow to enormous sizes. The Mississippi state record is 95 pounds and was caught in the Mississippi River near Natchez. Flatheads, another popular species, can grow in excess of 70 pounds.

What’s the biggest bream ever caught?

Common Bream This world record bream was caught in 2009 in the United Kingdom’s Ferry Lagoon gravel pit by Mark McKenna. It weighed 22 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 34 inches long. Ferox Trout In 2002 Brian Rutland landed this world record ferox trout that measure 39 inches, 31 pounds, 12 ounces.

What fish is only found in the Mississippi river?

The American paddlefish is a migratory species. These fish are native to the Mississippi River Basin and have been known to move more than 2000 miles in a river system. They also have the ability to move through brackish water where freshwater and salt water mix together.

How far north have sharks been found in the Mississippi?

Bull sharks can thrive in both salt and fresh water and can travel far up rivers. They have been known to travel up the Mississippi River as far as Alton, Illinois, about 700 miles (1100 km) from the ocean.

What is the world record white crappie?

This massive 21-inch long, 5-pound, 3-ounce white crappie has been the IGFA all-tackle world record for the species for over half a century. It was caught in the Yocona River below Enad Dam. Bright used an Action Rod and a Denison-Johnson reel.

What is the record crappie in Mississippi?

4 lbs 8 oz
The State Crappie Record For Every State In America

State Weight Angler
Arkansas 5 lbs Donivan Echols
California 4 lbs 8 oz Carol Carlton
Colorado 4 lbs 3 oz Daryel Thompson
Connecticut 4 lbs 0 oz Unknown