SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – A Northern California man may have caught a world-record worthy spotted bass in Yuba County. The Sacramento Bee reports that 33-year-old Cody Meyer, of Auburn, hooked a 10.8 pound spotted bass on Friday while fishing at New Bullards Bar Reservoir in Yuba County. Meyer’s catch was weighed according to International Game Fish Association procedures, though it could take months before the fish is certified as a world record. The current International Game Fish Association world record holder caught a 10 pound, 6 ounce, fish in January 2015. Other anglers have reportedly caught larger fish in New Bullards Bar, but those catches weren’t official certified for the world record.