Trolling on the river


Catfish anglers from several states traveled to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers at Gallipolis, Ohio on Saturday for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. The Gallia County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau hosted the anglers who gathered to test their catfishing skills against other anglers and Mother Nature. Pictured is a scene from Saturday with a feisty catfish creating a tricky transfer at the weigh-in at Gallipolis. More on the event in an upcoming edition, including the “Big Kat” of the tournament which weighed in at 46.60 pounds.

Catfish anglers from several states traveled to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers at Gallipolis, Ohio on Saturday for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. The Gallia County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau hosted the anglers who gathered to test their catfishing skills against other anglers and Mother Nature. Pictured is a scene from Saturday with a feisty catfish creating a tricky transfer at the weigh-in at Gallipolis. More on the event in an upcoming edition, including the “Big Kat” of the tournament which weighed in at 46.60 pounds.


Beth Sergent | OVP

Catfish anglers from several states traveled to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers at Gallipolis, Ohio on Saturday for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. The Gallia County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau hosted the anglers who gathered to test their catfishing skills against other anglers and Mother Nature. Pictured is a scene from Saturday with a feisty catfish creating a tricky transfer at the weigh-in at Gallipolis. More on the event in an upcoming edition, including the “Big Kat” of the tournament which weighed in at 46.60 pounds.

Catfish anglers from several states traveled to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers at Gallipolis, Ohio on Saturday for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. The Gallia County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau hosted the anglers who gathered to test their catfishing skills against other anglers and Mother Nature. Pictured is a scene from Saturday with a feisty catfish creating a tricky transfer at the weigh-in at Gallipolis. More on the event in an upcoming edition, including the “Big Kat” of the tournament which weighed in at 46.60 pounds.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2021/05/web1_5.11-Catfish.jpgCatfish anglers from several states traveled to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers at Gallipolis, Ohio on Saturday for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. The Gallia County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau hosted the anglers who gathered to test their catfishing skills against other anglers and Mother Nature. Pictured is a scene from Saturday with a feisty catfish creating a tricky transfer at the weigh-in at Gallipolis. More on the event in an upcoming edition, including the “Big Kat” of the tournament which weighed in at 46.60 pounds. Beth Sergent | OVP