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Hartselle Enquirer

Biggest Catch virtual contest begins May 28

Special to the Enquirer

Alabama 4-H will host its second annual virtual freshwater fishing contest for youth ages 9-18 from May 28t through June 7.

To participate, go fishing in Alabama freshwater any time between May 28 and June 7, catch a big fish, measure and take a photo with the fish and submit an online contest entry form.

Rules are as follows: 1. Participants must submit their official contest entries between 8 a.m. May 28 and 8 p.m. June 7 using the online submission form at bit.ly/4HBiggestCatch. 2. To enter, upload a photograph of the biggest catch, which must include the youth and his or her fish, the contest code AL4H2021 and the total length, in inches, of the fish. This can be written on a piece of paper and held up in the photograph or written on the participant’s hand. 3. Total length is measured from the tip of the snout to the end of the tail fin using a measuring tape or a measuring board. 4. Only complete entries will be considered. 5. One entry per person is allowed. 6. Ages 9-13 compete in the Junior Division, and 14-18 will compete in the Senior Division. 7. Contest categories are bass, bream (sunfish), catfish and crappie. The participant’s catch must be submitted to the correct category. 8. First-, second- and third-place recognition will be awarded for each category. 9. Youth must catch and land their own fish without the help of others. 10. Fish must be caught in Alabama waters. 11. Participants must follow all state requirements for fishing licenses and permits and creel and size limits. Visit www.outdooralabama.com for more information.

For more information, contact the Morgan County Extension at 256-773-2549.

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