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Sept. 18, 2023
Suggested Tweet: Anglers! This season of #TrophyCatch is ending, submit catches to qualify for awesome
prizes: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/FLFFWCC/bulletins/370fe36 @MyFWC #Florida #fishing
FWC to anglers: Remember these TrophyCatch dates to win!
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is reminding anglers of the upcoming
deadlines for the TrophyCatch program’s Season 11. Freshwater anglers are encouraged to take note of
these important dates for a chance to win awesome prizes and contribute to the conservation of Florida’s
largemouth bass fisheries.
Sept. 30 is the last day to:
-Catch a trophy bass 8 poounds or larger for Trophy-Catch Season 11.
-Catch a bass for the Battle of the Lakes contest, Orange Lake versus Fellsmere (Headwaters).
–Register for TrophyCatch to be included in the annual boat drawing. If you have not already registered,
don’t miss your chance to win a brand-new boat! Register for TrophyCatch before Sept. 30 for a shot at
this incredible prize via a random drawing in December.
Mark your calendars for Oct. 15, which is the last day to:
-Submit any Season 11 bass to qualify for prizing: Make sure your TrophyCatch entries are submitted by
this date to be eligible for prizes and recognition!
-Submit any Season 11 Battle of the Lakes bass to be included in the competition and see how your catches
measure up against others.
TrophyCatch is a largemouth bass conservation program designed to promote the responsible catch, document
and release of trophy-size bass while rewarding anglers for their contributions to fisheries research and manage-
ment. Your participation in TrophyCatch helps the FWC better understand and conserve Florida’s freshwater
For more information about TrophyCatch and these upcoming deadlines, visit the TrophyCatch website at
QUESTIONS? Contact the FWC
Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission · 620 S. Meridian Street · Tallahassee, FL 32399-1600 · (850) 488-4676