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Win a Phoenix 819 PRO Bass Boat in Florida’s TrophyCatch Program

Register now for the TrophyCatch program (if you have not already), to be eligible to win the Season 7 Phoenix 819 PRO that is guided by Lowrance Live HDS, powered by a Mercury Pro XS V8-200hp, and anchored by two Power-Poles!

Register at by September 30th to be eligible to win the boat. If you have already registered for TrophyCatch, your name is already entered in the drawing.

The final drawing will be held at the Bobby Lane Cup on December 7th, 2019.


Support Florida bass conservation and register for a chance to win a new boat all in the same program! TrophyCatch is the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) freshwater, citizen-science, angler recognition program. TrophyCatch began in 2012 as a direct response to FWC’s Black Bass Management Plan, which placed an emphasis on establishing trophy bass fishing opportunities throughout the state. TrophyCatch was established to collect data on trophy bass while promoting bass conservation by rewarding catch-and-release fishing.

Like and follow the TrophyCatch Facebook page to see featured submissions and to keep up to date on TrophyCatch news, events, and new prizing!

Special Announcements:

TrophyCatch Big Bag prize will be awarded to the angler with the five heaviest approved catches for the season! This means that the weight of each angler’s five heaviest approved bass will be totaled at the end of the most recent season and the heaviest total combined weight of those bass will earn the angler a prize pack of a lifetime!

Anglers are encouraged to submit girth photos and photos of the entire fish on a bump-board or tape-measure, in addition to the required images. These additional images provide FWC biologists with more information to assist in management and research initiatives.

Anglers are encouraged to follow catch-and-release guidelines for these big bass and to document the catch through a photograph of the entire bass on a scale with the weight clearly legible. See RULES and PRIZES for details.