OFAH / Ontario Record Fish Registry
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) | Ontario Record Fish Registry has been developed to recognize the largest fish angled legally from Ontario public waters. There are about fifty game and nongame fish categories that will receive recognition. Replications of the record fish are currently displayed at the OFAH | Mario Cortellucci Hunting & Fishing Heritage Centre.
Record Fish Listing (363 KB)
The OFAH | Ontario Record Fish Registry is a program that awards anglers with the recognition they deserve for their remarkable catch. In order maintain the strength of this program and provide anglers with the opportunity to proudly share their record catch, we are currently under review of the program requirements and process. Should you have any questions or have a new potential record, please contact us at 705-748-6324.
Please refer to the current Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary to determine the open seasons of each species.
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