Matt and CC just returned home from an amazing trip to the Arctic! While there Matt had the opportunity to catch a giant Arctic Char that has been submitted for the 8 lb Line Class World Record! What's more amazing, an EVEN BIGGER Char was caught! Come along as Matt tells the tale of this incredible trip to Canada's Arctic!
This was truly a trip of a lifetime! While on the trip Matt and CC managed to land a handful of world record class fish! Reaching the amazing fish of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories is no small feat; including multiple flights on jets, prop planes, float planes, and ultimately boats. But all of the effort was worth it when the giant Lake Trout, Grayling, and Arctic char showed themselves! Matt tells the tale in a way that only he could, but before he's done he begins teaching what every angler needs to know about catching a world record.
He explains some of the requirements, exactly what scale anglers should carry, and even dispels a few myths surrounding world record fish. Don't get caught up in the rumors and misinformation that surrounds record keeping, the process is simple if you prepare ahead of time and keep a calm head when the giant fish appears. We hope you find the information helpful and perhaps you will catch a world record of your own on an upcoming trip!
Below you'll find a breakdown of the scales and equipment Matt and CC used in the Arctic to catch their record fish.
-Salter Brecknell Electro Samson: http://bit.ly/2f7QgQ9
-Boga Grip Fish Scale: http://bit.ly/2Mntje4
-Matt Allen Swimbait Head: http://bit.ly/29RrTYN
-River2Sea D-Walker Swimbait (PB Red 120): http://bit.ly/2NwqBmz
-Dirty Jigs Guppy Head (1/8 oz 3/0): http://bit.ly/2nyUJRS
-Keitech Fat Swing Impact Swimbait (Chartreuse Blue): http://bit.ly/2ab7s8v