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State Record Marine Fish

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Category

Common Name

Weight

Length

Location Caught

Angler

Year Caught

lbs.

oz.

State Record Marine Fish

Albacore

68

14

46.5

Atlantis Canyon

John Dagon

2012

American Eel

4

4

Cedar Island, Clinton

Stanley Zalewski

2009

Atlantic Bonito

9

4

26.75

East Rip, Long Island Sound

Yas Saotome

2012

Atlantic Cod

45

0

South of Block Island

John Chomen

2004

Black Sea Bass

7

8

25

Six Mile Reef, Clinton

Mike Lane

2005

Blackfish (Tautog)

23

9

33″

Two Tree Island, Waterford

Kendall Owens

2011

Bluefin Tuna

770

0

Block Island Sound

Lester Debetta

1990

Bluefish

24

13

Norwalk Islands

Charles J. Toth

1979

Blue Marlin

449

6

Atlantis Canyon

Jeffrey K. Eckert

2001

Blue Shark

361

0

Ranger Wreck

Robert H. Oslen

1993

Conger Eel

5

12

Stonington

Daniel Hatfield

2009

Cunner

3

4

Block Island Sound

Wesley E. Sargent

1998

Hickory Shad

3

4

Niantic River, Niantic

Richard Kozlowski

2003

Little Tunny

16

13

37″

Butterfish Hole

Vincent Deledda

2011

Mako Shark

650

0

Block Island Sound

Gregory J. Erisoty

1987

Oyster Toadfish

2

8

Millstone Discharge, Waterford

Zach Naoumides

2007

Pollock

34

2

Block Island Sound

Joe DeCosta

2000

Porbeagle Shark

191

0

75

Ryans’ Horn

Austin Urban

2013

Sandbar (Brown) Shark

118

7

Connecticut River, Old Saybrook

Bruce Kelly

1995

Scup (Porgy)

4

2

19

Block Island Sound

Marcelo Moutinho

2012

Sheepshead Porgy

10

11

Branford Reef

Clyde Turner

1998

Squid

11.6mantle

Niantic Bay

Drew Kenny

2012

Striped Bass

81

15

54″

Outer Southwest Reef

Greg Myerson

2011

Striped Searobin

4

3

20

Housatonic River

Howard Wolowitz

2012

Summer Flounder (Fluke)

14

11

31

Black Point, Niantic

Tobey Sweet

2013

Swordfish

359

0

Fish Tales

Fred J. Malcarne

2004

Thresher Shark

467

0

Montauk Point

Mark Hiller

2006

White Marlin

108

8

Block Canyon

Frederick Iasiello

1988

Winter Flounder

6

1

Millstone Point, Waterford

Tom Kobas

1999

Weakfish

17

14

Fayerweather Island

June Andrejko

1986

Winter Skate

17

6

Watch Hill, R.I.

William F. Zanks

1995

Yellowfin Tuna

210

7

Block Canyon

Charles J. Lobacz

1991

Exotic Marine Species

(Rare Species)

Banded Rudderfish

1

1

12.6″

Pleasure Beach, Jordan Cove

Valinn Ranelli

2011

Black Drum

15

3

New Haven Breakwater

Howard D. LaFrance

2001

Black Grouper

1

4

13.5″

Millstone Outflow, Waterford

Hugh Durham

2012

Cobia

18

0

East Haven

Nicholas Carafeno

2008

Gray Triggerfish

4

7

Niantic Bay, Waterford

Christine Small

2007

Jack Crevalle

2

15

18

Millstone Outflow, Waterford

Craig Johnston

2013

Ladyfish

2

8

Millstone Point, Waterford

Arnie Costello

1995

Monkfish

18

6

Weekapaug Point, R.I.

William Zanks

2002

Roughtail Stingray

53

15

93

Harkness Memorial State Park

Domingo Garcia

2013

Scalloped Hammerhead Shark

235

0

Block Island Sound

Richard Bonaccorsi

1992

Spanish Mackerel

6

5

Branford Beacon

Michael Audet

2003

Torpedo Ray

89

8

Misquamicut, R.I.

Chuck Adams

2008

Wahoo

88

0

Fish Tales

Mike Matrishon

2005

Blue Crab

Blue Crab

8.75

Connecticut River

Cody Lessard

2005

Red type signifies a new record for 2013.

Regulations in red are new this year.

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