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Certified Trophy Angler Catches

Alabama Certified Trophy Anglers for Striped Bass

Certified Trophy Anglers have had their catch of a striped bass 35 pounds or larger or 42 inches or longer certified by the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division. (Photographs required of the fish next to a ruler and with the angler, see rules.) Certified Master Anglers have had their catch of a striped bass 25 pounds or larger or 38 inches or longer certified by the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division.

James Bramlett with a potential world record striped bass, 70-pounds.
Mr. James Bramlett caught a 69-pound, 9-ounce striped bass (46.75" length, 37.75" girth) in the upper Bankhead Reservoir on February 28, 2013. This is an Alabama and a world record for an inland striped bass. The fish was found to be 22 years old and of the Gulf strain.

woman with huge striped bass
Pat Johnson caught this huge 37-pound, 4-ounce striped bass from Lake Martin on April 9, 2012. 
Jackie Whisenhunt caught this striped bass
Jackie Whisenhunt caught this 38-pound striped bass from Lake Martin on March 20, 2010.
 


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