Anglers have a chance to catch a World Record paddlefish with two-time world record guide Jeremiah Mefford and "Reel Good Time Guide Service." After snagging a 151-pound, 14.4-ounce giant while being guided by Jeremiah Mefford, Angler Cory James Watters holds the current rod-and-reel World Record title. Watters’ paddlefish is just the latest in a string of actual or would-be record-setting paddlefish snagged at Keystone in 2020.
On June 28, James Lukehart of Edmond snagged a world-record-setting 146.7-pound paddlefish, also while fishing with Mefford.
On May 23, Mefford himself hauled in a 143-pound paddlefish at Keystone, setting a new state record but missing the then-world record by just a pound.
On Feb. 14, Justin Hamlin of Kellyville boated a paddlefish that unofficially weighed 157 pounds, but the fish had to be immediately released because it was catch and release day.
All fish caught were release live after official weighing.
Yes, by two-time world record guide Jeremiah Mefford and "Reel Good Time Guide Service".
Keystone Lake, Oklahoma.
Up to three adults.
Within one year of selection. Some restrictions may apply due to warm water temps in summer.
Lodging is not provided.
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