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Nearly 500 pounds of fish caught including 69.6 pound big fish
The team of Henry Neafus, Samantha Petrowski, and Thomas Petrowski from Brooks, KY had the biggest fish which weighed in at 69.6 pounds on Saturday. They placed fourth in the two day event. (Brent Bascom photo)
The team of Henry Neafus, Samantha Petrowski, and Thomas Petrowski from Brooks, KY had the biggest fish which weighed in at 69.6 pounds on Saturday. They placed fourth in the two day event. (Brent Bascom photo)



Karrah Miller, Doug Hannah, Frank McIntosh, and Steven Hannah take part in the official weigh in which included the team of Brittany See, Duane Cole, and Courtney Kineler. They picked up sixth place in the 2016 catfish tournament with a total weight was 108.4 pounds.
Karrah Miller, Doug Hannah, Frank McIntosh, and Steven Hannah take part in the official weigh in which included the team of Brittany See, Duane Cole, and Courtney Kineler. They picked up sixth place in the 2016 catfish tournament with a total weight was 108.4 pounds.
Catfish tourney top 25 places and prizes
Final Team Standings

Place Team Hometown Total Wt Prize

1 Johnson-Johnson, Brookville, IN 196.8 $10,000

2 Loudermilk-Jones, Hamilton, OH 124 $3,014

3 Team Shattered Cat, Winchester, OH 118.8 $2,422

4 Petrowski-Nefus-Petrowski, Brooks, KY116.4 $1,230

5 Butler-Wilson, Independence, KY 113.8 $1,174

6 Team Hookin Hoosiers, Florence, IN 108.4 $1,117

7 Kearns-Kearns, Dry Ridge, KY 106.4 $1,061

8 Debow-Shepherd-Shepherd, Maderia, OH105.6 $1,005

9 Team Gatlin, Rockspring, GA 104.8 $949

10 Bechdolt-Eyre, Sardinia, OH 100 $847

11 Collins-Tindle, Williamsburg, OH 99.4 $675

12 Wright-Pittington, Falmouth, KY 90.8 $665

13 Schneltz-Buffo-Marshall, Bloomingdale84.8 $655

14 Cunningham-Malaikham, Carlisle, KY 81.2 $645

15 Langnes-Cuvar, Madison, IN 80.8 $635

16 Wilson-Smith, Falmouth, KY 80.6 $293

17 Burke-Burke, Owenton, KY 80.4 $283

18 Browning-DeHart, Trenton, OH 77 $273

19 Smith-Smith, Frankfort, KY 74 $263

20 Mulvihill-Mulvihill, Williamsburg, OH72.8 $253

21 Fisher-Fisher, Fayetteville, OH 71.8 $100

22 McClure-McClure, Walton, KY 71.4 $100

23 Pitts-Buzard, Hubbard, OH 70 $100

24 Duley-Mountcastle, Crawfordsville 70 $100

25 Winkle-Webster, Berry, Ky 70 $100



The Ohio Valley River Cats Catfish Tournament was held in Rising Sun on Sept. 10 & 11. There were 144 boats on Saturday and 121 boats on Sun.

There were 329 people fishing. Total fish caught on Saturday was 2438.2 pounds and Sunday was 2444.8 pounds. There were 25 places paid out plus the biggest fish and best team with a female on it. The total payout for the tourney was $34,249.00.

A team from Brookville caught nearly 200 pounds. Derrick and Terry Johnson caught 196.8 pounds of fish to win the $10,000 grand prize. Their biggest fish weighed 46.4 pounds. They were followed by Jim Loudermilk and Steve Jones out of Hamilton, Ohio with 124 pounds and $3014.

A total of 4,883 pounds of fish were caught including the biggest catch of the weekend, a 69.6 pound catfish by the team of Samantha and Thomas PEtrowski and HEnry Nefus of Brooks, KY. The big fish earned them $5290. The team also earned an extra $1,000 prize for being the top-ranking team with a female angler aboard. Their total catch was 116.4 pounds for a fourth place prize of and additional $1230.

The top area team was the Hookin Hoosiers from Florence. The Swizerland County team of Brittany See, Courtney Keneler and Duane Cole finished with 108.4 pounds and a payout of $1117.

Rising Sun Mayor Brent Bascom served up a free barbecue lunch to the fishing teams on Saturday afternoon.





Reader Comments

Posted: Sunday, September 18, 2016
Article comment by: Jack Hite

Thanks to Frank and his crew for putting on a great event in our home town! And thank you Mayor for your contribution and the city of Rising Sun! We have fished this tournament for many years and definitely my favorite every year!



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