Wedge Antilles has a LOT of kills as a fighter pilot, possibly more than any other pilot in the galaxy.
In the novel Rogue Squadron, by Michael Stackpole (which is Legends continuity, set between the events of Return of the Jedi and the conquest of Coruscant, between 6 and 7 ABY) Wedge takes time to inspect his X-Wing, and pauses to consider his kill markers.
While he is looking at them, his lead flight engineer (Zraii, a Verpine) mistakenly believes Wedge thinks his kills are being shorted. He clarifies that the silhouettes painted in red are meant to indicate a squadron's worth of kills. In the X-Wing series, a squadron of fighters is generally understood to be 12, and this is made explicit in that exchange.
The quote reads, in part:
He paused for a moment and looked at the rows of TIE fighters, bombers, and Interceptors painted on the side of the ship. Big Death Starts bracketed the collection of smaller ships on either side, and Ssi-ruuk fighters had started a new row
This means that Wedge has been credited (at least partially) with kills for both Death Stars, and enough snubfighters that some of them have to be grouped by the dozen.
At a conservative estimate, excluding the Death Stars, this means that he has almost certainly destroyed over 200 enemy fighters in combat. Given that most Imperial fighters lack ejection seats, this means he has a personal kill count in the triple digits, at minimum.
Over the course of the 9 books in the X-Wing series, Wedge kills at least another dozen enemy fighters.
Wedge, however, remains active for at least another decade after the X-Wing series ends (though significant portions of that time are spent as a General or as part of Ackbar's staff, not as a pilot).
There is no definitive, exhaustive list of Wedge's kills. Even if there were, it would likely be invalidated in the current canon. In Legends canon, however, it can be safely assumed that Wedge is credited with confirmed kills of over 200 enemy ships. Kills of enemy personnel aren't really counted (because it's hard to estimate how many people died on a Star Destroyer as a result of a given hit, and the fact that it's not really kosher to brag about how many people you kill, instead of how many ships you blow up).