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Anglers the world over gather regularly for fishing derbies to see who can land the biggest catch. But record-breaking fish can be caught at anytime, weighed on an International Game Fish Association-certified scale at any number of tackle shops or marinas, and compared to the IGFA’s online records database. Sport-fishing enthusiasts can even have their own scales certified by the IGFA for a $40 fee.

Stacker compiled a list of record fish caught in Oregon using data from Land Big Fish. Fish pictured are not the actual record catch. Keep reading to see which bodies of water in your state hold some of the most massive fish around.

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Black Crappie

– Weight: 4 lbs 6.1 oz
– Location: Pond Corvallis
– Record set by John Doss in 1995

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Bluegill Sunfish

– Weight: 2 lbs 5.5 oz
– Location: private pond
– Record set by Wayne Elmore in 1981

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Brook Trout

– Weight: 9 lbs 6 oz
– Location: Deschutes River
– Record set by Burt Westbrook in 1980

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Brown Trout

– Weight: 28 lbs 5 oz
– Location: Paulina Lake
– Record set by Ronald Lane in 2002

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Bull Trout

– Weight: 23 lbs 2 oz
– Location: Lake Billy Chinook
– Record set by Don Yow in 1989

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Bullhead

– Weight: 3 lbs 7 oz
– Location: Henry Hagg Lake
– Record set by Bob Judkins in 2001

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Channel Catfish

– Weight: 36 lbs 8 oz
– Location: McKay Reservoir
– Record set by Boone Haddock in 1980

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Chinook (King) Salmon

– Weight: 83 lbs 0 oz
– Location: Umpqua River
– Record set by Ernie St. Claire in 1910

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Chum Salmon

– Weight: 23 lbs 0 oz
– Location: Kilchis River
– Record set by Roger Nelson in 1990

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Coho Salmon

– Weight: 25 lbs 5 oz
– Location: Siltcoos Lake
– Record set by Ed Martin in 1966

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Cutthroat Trout

– Weight: 6 lbs 4 oz
– Location: Siltcoos Lake
– Record set by Kay Schmidt in 1984

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Flathead Catfish

– Weight: 42 lbs 0 oz
– Location: Snake River
– Record set by Joshua Kralicek in 1994

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Golden Trout

– Weight: 7 lbs 10 oz
– Location: Eagle Cap Wilderness
– Record set by Douglas White in 1987

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Green Sunfish

– Weight: 0 lbs 11 oz
– Location: Umpqua River
– Record set by John Baker in 1991

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Kokanee Salmon

– Weight: 9 lbs 10.72 oz
– Location: Wallowa Lake
– Record set by Ron Campbell in 2010

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Lake Trout

– Weight: 40 lbs 8 oz
– Location: Odell Lake
– Record set by H. V. Hannon in 1984

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Largemouth Bass

– Weight: 11 lbs 9.6 oz
– Location: private pond
– Record set by Randy Spaur in 1994

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Rainbow Trout

– Weight: 28 lbs 0 oz
– Location: Rogue River
– Record set by Mike McGonagle in 1982

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Redear Sunfish

– Weight: 1 lbs 15.5 oz
– Location: Reynolds Pond
– Record set by Terence Bice in 1992

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Sacramento Perch

– Weight: 0 lbs 11.2 oz
– Location: Lost River
– Record set by Jonathan Cogley in 1998

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Shad

– Weight: 5 lbs 13 oz
– Location: Columbia River
– Record set by Patricia Ann Young in 1994

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Smallmouth Bass

– Weight: 8 lbs 12 oz
– Location: Henry Hagg Lake
– Record set by Nick Rubeo in 2005

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Steelhead Trout

– Weight: 35 lbs 8 oz
– Location: Columbia River
– Record set by Berdell Todd in 1970

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Striped Bass

– Weight: 64 lbs 8 oz
– Location: Umpqua River
– Record set by Beryl Bliss in 1973

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Walleye

– Weight: 19 lbs 15.3 oz
– Location: Columbia River
– Record set by Arnold Berg in 1990

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Warmouth

– Weight: 1 lbs 14.2 oz
– Location: Columbia Slough
– Record set by Jess Newell in 1975

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White Bass

– Weight: 18 lbs 8.32 oz
– Location: Ana Reservoir
– Record set by Justin Marks in 2002

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White Catfish

– Weight: 15 lbs 0 oz
– Location: Tualatin River
– Record set by Wayne Welch in 1989

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White Crappie

– Weight: 4 lbs 12 oz
– Location: Gerber Reservoir
– Record set by Jim Duckett in 1967

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Whitefish

– Weight: 4 lbs 0 oz
– Location: McKenzie River
– Record set by Todd Fisher in 1974

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Yellow Perch

– Weight: 2 lbs 2 oz
– Location: Brownsmead
– Record set by Ernie Affolter III in 1971