Here are some state record largemouth bass.
The North Carolina record largemouth bass was caught in 1991 in a private pond by William Wofford. It weighed in at 15 pounds and 14 ounces.
The New Jersey largemouth bass record bass was caught by Robert Eisele in Menantico Sand Wash Pond. It weighted in at 10 pounds and 14 ounces.
The Oklahoma state record largemouth bass was caught in 2012 by Benny Williams Jr. in Cedar Lake. The bass weighed in at 14 pounds and 12.3 ounces and measured 26 inches long.
The Virginia record largemouth bass was caught at Connor Lake by Richard Tate in 1985. The enormous largemouth bass weighed in at 16 pounds and 4 ounces.
That’s all the pictures we have of largemouth bass state record holders. The biggest largemouth bass ever caught in the United States was caught in 1932 by George Perry at Montgomery Lake in Georgia. The huge largemouth bass weighed in at an astounding 22 pounds and 4 ounces. Before you say, “There’s no way!” and cast your doubts on the fact that it was weighed in so long ago, consider that California’s record largemouth bass weighed almost as much and it was caught in 1991, when Michael Arujo reeled in a 21 pound, 12 ounce largemouth bass at Lake Castaic.