3/29/15 — Hello all and welcome to our newly redesigned website. What a better way to kick off the 2015 catfishing season than with a brand new place for catfish enthusiasts throughout the region to gather information and interact with others. Montana Cats was launched nine years ago next month. We have grown into one of the more respected outdoor organizations in the region and we take pride in bringing catfishing the popularity it has always deserved. Our field staff has recently been featured as key contributors to top-selling books, national publicized magazines, and product production for some of the catfish industries biggest name brands.
We want to continue to educate the public on the importance of our local waters and the big fish that inhabit their depths. Sustainability will remain a focus of our organization moving forward and we would like to see all of you help us in spreading this message. Please continue to contribute to our social media and message board forum discussions. This type of interaction helps us build a stronger foundation and builds the general knowledge base within our great sport. Let’s focus on the positive on what we all can do to help catfishing in our area. Our leisurely fishing experiences can be improved with the same focus and determination it took to turn our tournament circuit into one of the finest in the entire country. Educating is a key factor in many areas of life; selective harvest is no different.
Speaking of the Montana Cats Circuit. It’s coming in hot! All of our circuit events are now long-standing and are continually bursting at the seams. The 2015 schedule kicks off with the 9th Annual Yellowstone Challenge coming to Huntley on May 9th. The all-boat event was bumped up to a 60-team limit this year and has officially filled two months prior to its takeoff. The 16th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic scheduled for Glasgow on June 6th will feature 80 teams from boat and shore and has been filled since the beginning of last June. The 7th Annual Monster Cat Roundup scheduled for July 18th in Sidney fills it’s 60-team field on a yearly basis and only has 23 spots remaining as of press time. The Missouri River Catfish Clash will once again culminate the Montana Cats Circuit. The Clash will take place in Williston, ND on August 15th. We are looking to fill the 60-team for the first time ever in 2015, and we are already off to a great start as 12 teams are already registered as of press time. Please click on the tournament links below to access the tournament entry forms for each event.
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