Native Fish-Slam Program
The Native Fish-Slam program is intended to excite anglers in catching Nevada’s native sport fish. Six native salmonid species occur throughout central and northern Nevada. These include Lahontan, Bonneville, and Yellowstone cutthroat trout, inland redband trout, bull trout, and mountain whitefish. Click here to see a list of waters where these fish inhabit. By participating in this program, we hope that you will gain an appreciation for Nevada’s native sport fish and help support recovery, preservation, and management efforts by Nevada Department of Wildlife. Anglers completing this program will receive a certificate and customized hat.
Ground Rules of the Program
- Fish must be taken legally from Nevada waters.
- A photograph must be provided of the angler posing with the fish at the water where caught. (All photos submitted are then the property of NDOW and may be used in NDOW publications.)
- There is no time limit for completing the Native Fish-Slam Program, but an entry form must be submitted within 60 days of a fish being caught (NDOW will maintain angler records).
- No weight or length measurements are required to enter this program.
- Only one certificate per angler’s life time will be awarded once all species of fish have been entered.
- Anglers are encouraged to also submit fish into the Nevada Trophy Fish Program if it meets the minimum weight qualification (must complete a Nevada Trophy Fish entry form).
- NDOW has the right to accept or reject/disqualify any entry form submitted, and any decision made by the NDOW Trophy Fish Committee (Fisheries Chief, Regional Fisheries Supervisor, and Staff Sport Fish Coordinator) is final.
Download the Fish Slam Entry Form
Mail entries and photos to:
Nevada Department of Wildlife
1100 Valley Rd.
Reno, Nevada 89512