World Records in Casting for Fish, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-16

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WORLD RECORDS IN CASTING FOR FISH Following is a complete list of the worlds record scores, revised to date, recognized by the National Association of Scientific Angling Clubs: Switch fly casting II. W. Hawcs, 102 feet. New York, N. Y.. 1887. Salmon lly F. N. Pcet, 102 feet, San Francisco, Cal.. 1915. Light tackle distance fly W. D. Mansfield, 129 feet 6 Inches, San Francisco, Cal., 1902. Distance lly, four and three-quarter ounce rod C. J. McCarthy, average of three casts, 112 2-3 feet, Chicago, 111., 1919. Heavy tackle distance fly W. D. Mansfield, 134 feet. San Francisco, Cal., 1915. Quarter-ounce distance bait B. F. Flegel, average of five casts, 177 5-12 feet. Chicago, 111., 1914. Quarter-ounce distance bait 15. F. Flegel. longest single cast, 193 4-12 feet, Chicago, III., 1914. Half-ounce distance bait IJ. F. Flegel, average of five casts, 222 1-12 feet, Chicago, III., 1914. American Field. -

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