By Chad Love
An Alabama woman who holds twelve, yes, twelve, IGFA world line-class records thinks that isn't quite enough, so she's shooting for an even 100.
From this story on Alabama's localtv15.com:
If you ask people who live on the Gulf Coast to name their passions, you'll most likely hear fishing. But for Sjon Harless, fishing is a bit more than a hobby. After all, she's one of the world's best at reeling in the big catch. "They're 12 International Game Fish Association world records, which means that each one is a different line class," she said. Harless' dozen world records are proudly displayed on a wall in her home. "All of these have to be approved. I have to have witnesses, and like five pages of paperwork," Harless added. "They are mullet, snappers, barracudas, jacks, rooster fish."