Red drums can reach a maximum length of about 60 inches and a maximum weight of 90 to 100 lbs. Usually, though, these fish get to be around 30-40 inches long and tend to weigh between 30 and 40 lbs. The All Tackle world record red drum is a fish of 94 lb 2 oz.
While they have an average size of 3 to 5 feet and 15 to 40lb, wahoo can reach a maximum length of about 8 feet and a maximum weight of 180 to 200lb. The biggest wahoo ever caught weighed an incredible 184lb.
While the average size of tarpon is between 30 and 60 inches and 30 and 70 pounds, this species can reach an astonishing maximum size of about 8 feet and 350 pounds. Male tarpon are generally smaller than females and rarely exceed weights of 100 pounds.
While the average size of hammerhead sharks is 8 to 12 feet and 300 to 550lb, they can reach a maximum size of about 16 to 18 feet and 1,300lb. Female hammerheads tend to grow larger than males and can outgrow them by several feet.
Goliath groupers are, by far, the largest member of the grouper family. These giants can reach a maximum length of 8 feet and a maximum weight of about 800 pounds. The current all-tackle world record goliath grouper is a monster of 680lb.