All anglers want to catch record-size gamefish - author Robert Cunningham figured out how to do it (he set eleven world records in one year!). When the author hooks and fights a record-size tarpon in the Gulf of Mexico for more than eight hours, only to lose it at boat side, he is already many years into his twenty year effort to break as many IGFA rod and reel and fly rod records as he can.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Robert "Bobo" Cunningham is a long-time resident of Alabama who has spent hundreds of hours on the waters of the upper Gulf Coast in pursuit of world-record fish. He has held fifty-seven International Game Fish Association world records. He is a former Marine Corps helicopter pilot and a practicing attorney. He lives in Daphne, Alabama.