3 oz. Current records for various species of fish in Georgia. The current IGFA world record for the biggest largemouth bass was set by Manabu Kurita with a 22-pound, 5-ounce, 29-inch monster caught on Lake Biwa in Japan. Look for them between river-channel markers 5 and 7 where rocks fall away to sandy ledges and flats on long river-channel points. "My feeling is, when Ray Scott got B.A.S.S. The biggest fish seem to lie scattered throughout their preferred habitat. Records courtesy of Georgia Outdoor News.. Striped Bass - Weight: 46 lbs. Montgomery Lake George Perry 6/2/32 2 18-lbs., 1-oz. The previous bass fishing record had been standing since 1932 when George Perry caught a 22-pound, 4-ounce largemouth bass from Montgomery Lake in Georgia. 8 oz. SPECIES WEIGHT ANGLER LOCATION DATE Bass, Hybrid 25 lb. It used to be extremely fertile with sewage runoff from Atlanta and was fantastic for big bass - I caught my first two 8 pounders there in the 1970s in January tournaments and my biggest … Lake Lanier Fishing Records. Montgomery Lake George Washington Perry 06/02/32 #2 18lb. Big Fish: Record Catfish Caught In Georgia - Cumming, GA - The 93-pound blue catfish was nearly 13 pounds bigger than the one that had held the state record since 2010. State Reported Top Georgia Lunkers Rank Weight Lake (State) Angler Date #1 22lb. (sorry about the format) GEORGIA’S BIGGEST BASS OF ALL-TIME Rank Weight Caught From Angler Date 1 22-lbs., 4-oz. Perry's bass, landed in an oxbow lake in Georgia's Telfair County, attracted very little attention at first, with even less emphasis on the man who caught it. 9 oz.Angler: Emory Dunahoo Date: Dec. 19, 1965 Walleye - Weight: 8 pds. Georgia Power's Lake Jackson is 4,750 acres and one of the oldest lakes in Georgia. 4oz. David Hobby Lake Chatuge May 1995 Bass, Largemouth 22 lb. 4 oz George Perry Montgomery Lake June 1932 Bass, ... Read More→ Angler: Roger Snipes; Spotted Bass - Weight: 8 lbs. As the middle of May comes around, the biggest fish are found in deep water at 8 to 12 feet. 1oz. going in 1966 or 1967, it put a lot more focus on the species -- and the record." .5 oz, Angler: Patrick Bankston Date: May 20. 1985 Largemouth Bass - Weight: 17.