Aug 2nd, 2021 by sworrall
Modified Aug 2nd, 2021 at 3:02 PM
by Cory Schmidt For In-Fisherman magazine
2172: The Guinness Book calls it the world record for the greatest number of fish caught in a 24-hour period, all of them on a simple float and hook rig. Actually, Jeff “Kolo” Kolodzinski, a world-class match fisherman who’s represented Team USA in World Championships of Freshwater Fishing, caught 2,654 fish—roughly two bluegills, perch, crappies, or bass per minute—in one day from one waterbody last year.