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Report your Montana catch and help support our fisheries Report Your Catch

Tagged Fish

Biologists use information from tagged fish for a wide range of information. Tagged fish can help track seasonal movements of fish, habitat use, growth, angler harvest rates, among other things. Using fish tags are also a relatively inexpensive way to learn more about our fisheries. Anglers are encouraged to submit the catch information for any tagged fish that they catch. In some cases a fish may be tagged with a reward tag, which might cover the expenses for your fishing trip!

If you catch a tagged fish, please report online below or download a form and mail to any Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks office:

Report Tagged Fish Online

Arctic Grayling Angler Catches

Arctic Grayling

FWP has been reintroducing Arctic grayling in many southwestern Montana rivers. The information you provide below will help FWP evaluate the success of the reintroduction efforts. Thank you for your help.

Report Arctic Grayling Catch Online

Montana's Fish Records

Fishing Montana's waters is enjoyed by many, but only a few anglers catch a record fish. Montana Fish Wildlife, & Parks recognizes these anglers.

Click below to report your record-breaking catch and view current records.

MT Fish Records 
2017 Smallmouth Bass record-breaking fisherman and his catch