Brag Board

Time to brag about your catch! Here’s where we’ll post your biggest and baddest Hawg Bass and Fat Cats.

Not familiar with the Fat Cat an Hawg Bass Challenges? Read all about them.

Hawg Bass Conservation Board

(Largemouth bass)


(or 26 inches)


Name: Alex Martinez

Location/date: Kennedy Lake (Tucson), Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019

Weight/length: 11 pounds, 9 ounces; 25 inches.


Name: Christopher Taylor

Location/date: Roper Lake, Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019

Weight/length: 10.38 pounds, 23 1/2 inches

Name: Brandy Brune

Location/date: Canyon Lake, Feb. 26, 2019

Weight/length: 10.36 pounds


(8 pounds or 24 inches)

Name: Mike Porter


Location/date: Kennedy Lake (Tucson),  Jan. 17, 2019

Weight/length: 8.1 pounds


Location/date: Kennedy Lake (Tucson),  March 9

Weight/length: 7 pounds, 8 ounces

Name: Jake Aubrey

Location/date: Apache Lake, April, 2019

Weight/length: 24 inches


(5 pounds or 21 inches)

Name: Chris

Location/date: Ocotillo Lakes, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019

Weight/length: 5.66 pounds


Name: Don H.

Location/date: Lake Havasu, Saturday, March 9, 2019

Weight/length: 21 inches

Name: Joey T.

Location/date: Canyon Lake, February, 2019

Weight/length: 6.13 pounds

Name: Mike Porter

Location/date: Kennedy Lake (Tucson), Feb. 11, 2019

Weight/length: 5 pounds

Name: Jerry Parkhurst

Location/date: Tempe Kiwanis Lake

Name: Amir Azzabi

Location/date: Canyon Lake, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019

Weight/length: 6.04 pounds

Name: Jeff Collins

Location/date: Arivaca Lake, September

Weight/length: 21 inches