Catfish anglers to converge on Rock River on Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail

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Fishermen from several states are set to converge on the Rock River in Dixon to compete in Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail this summer.

Local and traveling anglers will be vying for cash, prizes, and an opportunity to compete at the 2018 King Kat Classic which will feature a payout of $110,000 in cash and prizes.

The event, to be held June 2nd, will test their catfishing skills against other anglers and whatever Mother Nature has in store. Last year’s winner, Matthew and Seth Stephens of Oregon and Jacob Diehl of Dixon took bragging rights at 47.12 lbs.

Teams can enter at the King Kat website or by calling 502-384-5924. Participants must be a member of the King Kat Association.

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