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Chris Kimble with state record longnose gar

Chris Kimble with state record longnose gar
While bowfishing on April 5, Chris Kimble of Thomas, Okla. harvested a 35-pound, 9-ounce longnose gar at Bull Shoals. Kimble’s fish set the state record for longnose gar taken by alternative methods. The fish measured 65 ½ inches in length and had a girth of 20 ¾ inches. More

Eric Whitehead shot state record bowfin

Eric Whitehead shot state record bowfin
Eric Whitehead of Puxico shot this state record bowfin by bow on March 8, 2013, at the MDC Duck Creek Conservation Area. More

Indiana angler catches state-record quillback

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Oklahoma angler gets state-record longnose gar

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Chris Kimble with state record longnose gar
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Poplar Bluff man sets new state record with spotted sucker

Record Setting Spotted Sucker
Tyler Goodale of Poplar Bluff reeled in a record setting spotted sucker at Duck Creek Conservation Area. More

Record Setting Spotted Sucker

Record Setting Spotted Sucker
Tyler Goodale of Poplar Bluff reeled in this record setting spotted sucker at Duck Creek Conservation Area. More

State Record Fish

Browse Missouri state-record fish data and criteria, and apply for your own Missouri State Record Fish award. More

State Record Striped Bass

James Cunningham with State Record Striped Bass
James Cunningham of Fordland caught this 60-pound, 9-ounce state-record striped bass in 2011 at Bull Shoals. It is a good example of the growth potential of this fish. More

Striped bass to be stocked in Bull Shoals

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James Cunningham with State Record Striped Bass
Because of their size and fighting qualities, striped bass are highly valued by anglers, and help make Missouri a great place to fish. More