World's Record & Biggest Largemouth Bass. The world record largemouth bass was caught by George Perry in Montgomery Lake in Georgia in 1932. The world record bass was 22 pounds and 4 ounces. That world record has held up for 8 decades!
Official Largemouth World Record: George Perry's Undefeated Bass. On June 2nd, 1932, George Perry caught the current world record bass out of Lake Montgomery, an oxbow lake off the Ocmulgee River in southern Georgia. The fish (the whopper) weighed 22 pounds, 4 ounces.
Every single BIG fish we catch is captured "Cast to Catch", almost always with multiple angles.
Jed Dickerson holds world-record class bass Dottie after she was found dead on. ounces, which still holds as the fourth largest largemouth bass ever recorded.
The Arkansas resident went bass fishing on Bull Shoals Lake on Feb.. a striper that weighed more than 68 pounds â€“ and the 12-year-old world record is 64-8.
Biggest Fish Caught in Pennsylvania. Bass, Largemouth (Micropterus salmoides) Donald Shade. Bass, Smallmouth (Micropterus dolomieui) Robert T.