Manuel Zambrano Dufau latched into this simply massive 58 lb 9 oz Pacific black while fishing Rio Bayano in Panama using a Spooltek Lures 9″ Stretch in Great Sardini pattern.

If approved, the catch will be the second heaviest snook ever recorded by the IGFA, and will also earn Dufau the new men’s 15 kg (30lb) line class world record, which currently stands at 57 lb 12 oz.

FISH THE AMAZON

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