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The Indiana Record Fish program recognizes two categories of award winners:
- State Record Fish
- Fish of the Year
If you think you have caught a new State Record Fish, please follow the rules below for submitting your entry. The weight of the fish is required for state record fish entries. If your fish is not a new state record, submit it for Fish of the Year and you may just win. Length of the fish is required for fish-of-the-year entries and there can be a winner for each species category that the division recognizes. Winners receive a certificate and a colorful jacket patch. Entry forms and pictures will not be returned to the angler.
Jonathan VanHook of Rockville holds the state-record striped bass he caught May 25, 2010 at Cecil M. Harden Lake (Click to enlarge).
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General Rules for Submitting an Entry
Rules for Fish of the Year Entries
Rules for State Record Fish Entries
Entry Form (online version)
State Records, Previous Winners, other information