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Young John is pictured with his father, Jeffrey, on the left; and his great-grandfather, 94 year old John LaValley, Jr. While young John placed second in his category for the Trophy Fish Program, you just cannot argue with these smiles — all three are clearly winners! The elder John LaValley has been teaching his kids, grandkids, and now great-grandkids how to fish and enter their catches in the Trophy Fish Program for decades now.
Some traditions are sacred to all fishermen. That record stands to this day. The Trophy Fish program provides recognition for the largest fish each year — kept or released — in 21 freshwater and 7 saltwater. Just for entering a qualifying fish, anglers receive either a "Kept" or "Released" Trophy Fish patch as a thank you for sharing their catch data.
At the end of the year all entries are reviewed and the largest fish in each category is awarded a special certificate recognizing the angler and his or her catch. are published on this web sometime in the February following. Whether you go for records, or bragging rights, or just to relax, you have got to get out there. Take your kids, take your great grandfather, or take a friend — just get out there and fish.
You are guaranteed at the very least — to catch a smile and memories that will last and last. New Hampshire has two opportunities to compete for "largest fish" caught in state waters -- the NH State Record and Trophy Fish programs.
There is no age requirement. By entering, you provide valuable information for fisheries biologists. Val Woodruff's 9-pound, That record has not been broken yet.
Think you can't get a record anymore? Think again. Three new state records were set in Just about every year at least one new record is set.
If you are 4 or — everyone has the same opportunity for a little well-deserved recognition. Just for entering a qualifying fish, the angler receives either a "Kept" or a "Released" Trophy Fish patch. Each February the entries for the year are reviewed and the largest in each category will receive a special certificate recognizing the angler and his or her fish. are published on this web. So send in those photos and forms. We promise. An official New Hampshire government website. Trophy and Record Fish Programs. Great traditions and great memories last generations!
Learn how to prized catch Outstanding angler, 9 year old John LaValley of Gilmanton Iron Works is pictured with his father left and his great grandfather and namesake, John LaValley. Select image for larger view.Not really a good category for this nh woman
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