Michigan Record Smallmouth Bass Caught

Michigan angler Greg Gasiciel just broke a 100-year old bass record for the state of Michigan with this whopper of a smallmouth bass.

UPDATE: Greg Gasiciel's 9.32-pound smallmouth bass has been certified by Michigan DNR as the new state record! Read their release here.

Greg Gasiciel had a day to remember fishing Hubbard Lake in Northeast Michigan on October 18, 2015. Gasiciel landed the next state-record smallmouth bass for Michigan when he caught a 9.32-pound bass on a watermelon seed 5-inch Yamamoto Super Grub on a split-shot rig. The fish was weighed on certified scales and verified by Kathrin Schrouder, a DNR fisheries biologist in Bay City. He eclipsed a record that has stood for more than 100 years. The old record was caught from Long Lake in 1906 and weighed 9.25 pounds.

Enjoy the pictures of this behemoth of a smallmouth bass. What a fishing dream come true! Congratulations Greg!

Photo courtesy of Michigan DNR


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