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Final Report of Contest for the Taking of Game Fish

Contest Permit Number
The permit number
 
CONTACT INFORMATION
Name of Group Holding Contest
Person or group sponsoring the contest
Contest Director
Name of the contact person
Phone Number
Phone number of the contact person w/area code
E-mail
E-mail address of contact person
Address
Address of contact person (can be either street address or PO Box). Please include town, state and zip code.

STREET

CITY

STATE

ZIP CODE
 
CONTEST INFORMATION
Waterbody where contest was held
Name of the body of water
County
County where body of water resides
Date(s)
Date(s) of the contest
Start Date:
End Date:
Number of Participants
Number of individuals participating in contest
Total Number of Fish Taken
Total number of fish caught (all species combined if more than one species is caught)
Species Taken
The name and number of different types of fish species caught.

Example:
Largemouth Bass - 23
Smallmouth Bass - 15
Perch - 5

Total Value of Prizes Awarded
The dollar amount of prizes (purchased and/or donated), trophies, and/or cash that were given to contestants
 
Comments
(Optional)
 
IF FISHING FOR SPECIES LISTED BELOW. ALSO COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SECTION
 Total Fisherman Hours:
(no. of fishermen) x (no. of hours fished per fisherman)
     
CATEGORIES Largemouth Bass Smallmouth Bass Walleye Other Species
(Trout, Perch, Catfish, etc.)
Step 1. Total number of fish weighed in – enter the total number of fish weighed in for either largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, walleye, and/or other fish (trout, perch, catfish, etc.).
Step 2. Total weight of fish weighed in – enter the total weight of the fish weighed in from Step 1. Special note for bass contests: if you are unable to provide separate weights for largemouth and smallmouth, please put the weight in the largemouth column and indicate in the comments section it is a combined weight. lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs.
Step 3.

Largest fish (length & weight)
Enter the weight of the largest fish caught and its length.


inches

lbs.

inches

lbs..

inches

lbs.

inches

lbs.
Step 4.

Smallest fish (length & weight)
Enter the weight of the smallest fish caught and its length.


inches

lbs.

inches

lbs.

inches

lbs.

inches

lbs.
Step 5. Total no. of above released alive after weigh in – enter the number of fish from Step 1 that were released alive after being weighed in. Special note for bass contests: if you weighed in both largemouth and smallmouth bass, then you should be able to enter a value here for each species.