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Ages 13 and under: 

Perch/Bream, Bass, Catfish (any species), Speckled Trout, Red Fish (under 27"), Crab (point-to-point), , Largest Fish (any species)

Adults 14+:

Bass, Speckled Trout, Red Fish (under 27"), Red Fish Most Spots, Largest Fish (any species)


Ages 13 and under:  1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th

Adults 14+:  1st, 2nd, and 3rd


  • All participants who weigh-in fish are to present their rodeo wristband to the weigh-master before any fish are weighed (no exceptions).

  • All winning fish will be determined by weight.

  • Only weights indicated on the "Rodeo Scale" will be accepted.

  • In the event of a tie, the fish that is weighed first shall be declared

  • the winner.

  • The participant on whose behalf the fish is weighed must catch the fish.

  • The weigh-master or assistant weigh-master must weigh all fish entered on the "Rodeo Scale" before 3:00 PM weigh-in, NO EXCEPTIONS.

  • All fish entered shall be weighed only once, unless in the determination of the weigh-master, a second weighing is necessary for an accurate weight.

  • All fish entered will be marked by weigh-mater by a hole in or clipping of tail/fin.

  • No transfer of fish by participants is allowed.

  • No frozen or altered fish will be eligible for entry.

  • Only one fish per species per angler is allow to be on the leaderboard for each category. (Example: An angler cannot have two red fish on the leaderboard in the "Red Fish" category.  However, the same angler can be on the leaderboard with one red fish, one trout, one bass, etc.  Also, one angler can have two red fish on the leaderboard, if one red fish is weighed in the "Largest Fish (any species)" category).

  • Weigh-master or assistant weigh-master's word is FINAL.

  • During weigh-in, the participant must tell the weight-master their name and which category each fish would be entered.  Once the name and weight is added to the board, it cannot be switched.  For example, the participant will not be allowed to move a weighed fish from the "Red Fish" divsion to the "Largest Fish (any species)" division. 

  • Once a fish is weighed-in, the name on the leadboard cannot be changed to another person's name.

  • Concerning "Largest Fish (any species)" category, the participant must advise the weigh-master during the weigh-in, if the fish is to be entered into the "Largest Fish (any species)" category.  Each angler must choose if their fish is to be weighed in for the particular species or  "Largest Fish (any species)" division.   For example, if the participant only has one red fish, they must decide at the weigh-in, if the fish is to be entered into the "Red Fish" or "Largest Fish" division.  The participant will not be allowed to move a weighed fish from the "Red Fish" divsion to the "Largest Fish (any species)" division and vice versa.  If an angler has two fish of one species, they can enter one fish into the specific species division and the other fish in the "Largest Fish (any species)" division.

  • Concerning "Largest Fish (any species) category, the particant can only weight one fish from a particular species.  For example, an angler cannot enter two redfish, they can only enter one red fish in the "Largest Fish (any species) category.  However, this angler can enter one red fish, one bass, etc. in the "Largest Fish (any species) category.

Jeff Fish Fest & Rodeo Rules

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