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Capt Christian Yergens world record redfish

IGFA Approved!

The funny thing is records are meant to be broken, that’s the best part about it. This is what makes it such a challenge. It takes a lot of patience and determination to achieve such a great accomplishment. First world…

Christian put us in the spot multiple days in a row. We had tarpon pushing through for hours at a time. Patience and persistence paid off, Christian knows his fishery and can produce. Great experience and good time, looking forward to fishing with him again.

— Carter Andrews | Islas Secas, Panama

Christian made my goal of a world record redfish his personal mission. He was incredibly passionate about helping me to achieve that goal and spent countless hours poling the flats in pursuit of the monster reds of LA. I am looking forward to chasing many world records and tarpon with the best in the business; Capt. Christian Yergens.

— Meredith McCord | Houston, TX

Vero is a great place to fish in the winter and is home to the largest seatrout in the world. There’s only a handful of guides out there that know gator trout and their ways, and Christian has them figured out down there. If you want to get your rod bent in the winter give Capt Christian Yergens a call and book a trip. I guarantee you’ll have a great day on the water!

— Capt Blair Wiggins | Addictive Fishing
I’ve been fishing with Christian for over 9 years now. From sight casting giant tarpon on the FL Panhandle, to surface feeding bull reds in the LA marshes, he’s always guided with unparalleled enthusiasm, intensity, and professionalism on the water. My teenage sons and I have all caught some truly fabulous fish with him. These are the reasons we keep coming back year after year to fish with Christian.
— Luke Kellog | San Antonio, TX

Some guides sit at home on their days off, only to take their next client to the same spot they took their last one. A day off for Christian is a day spent on the water learning, always expanding his base of knowledge, and staying on top of the fish. In the end, this is what separates the best guides from the rest.

— Charlie Johnson | Maverick Boats