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Lake Scott Catfish Tournament

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Event# 620-872-3525 Ext. 1

Event Details

Annual Channel Catfish Contest on Lake Scott located in Lake Scott State Park, Scott City, Kansas.

Location:
Lake Scott State Park
State Park Permits are required to enter the Lake Scott State Park.

Date/Time Information:
Poles may be in the water at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16th! Fisherman must be in line to weigh at 11:59 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17th at the conclusion of the tournament.

Cash Prizes!
1st Place - $500
2nd Place - $250
3rd Place - $100
Biggest Fish - $100 Ace Gift Card and a fishing pole
Smallest Fish- $25.00 Ace Gift Card and gummy worms
Contact Information:
Lindsay Singley
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Fees/Admission:
2017 Entry fee: Adult: $35.00 Youth (12 and under) $10.00, make checks payable to Scott City Area Chamber of Commerce. Mail entry form to: SCACC 113 E. 5th St., Scott City, KS 67871

Lake Scott Catfish Tournament

Address : 520 W. Scott Lake Drive Scott City KS
Phone : 620-872-3525 Ext. 1   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 620-872-2242

Email Address : sccc@wbsnet.org

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Admission Fee : $35.00

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