Greg Myerson must know a thing or two about big stripers. You may recall that Myerson holds the IGFA all-tackle world record for striped bass for his monster 81-pound striper caught off Connecticut last year. But now Myerson has apparently doubled down, because he now holds the IGFA all-tackle length record for striped bass, too.

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The IGFA has recently approved the submission for the new all tackle length record for striped bass. The fish, which measured 113 centimeters, was landed back on May 30th by Greg Myerson. Greg was fishing 6 Mile Reef off Westbrook, CT, when he made the catch. You might remember Greg as he is the current all-tackle world record holder for striped bass with his impressive 81.88-pound super-cow landed last August.

Thoughts? Reaction? Is it safe to call Myerson a striper wizard?

Click here for the rest of the photos Myerson submitted to the IGFA.