Cash paybacks will be offered for total pounds of catfish over two days, with a maximum of 10 flatheads, 20 channel cats and 10 blue cats weighed per day by each team. The minimum length limit on each catfish is 12 inches, and the payout will go to the top five placers after two days.
Anglers also will earn paybacks for total pounds of carp over two days, with a maximum of 50 carp weighed per team, per day. Daily pots will be awarded for heaviest catfish and carp, as well, with a prize for the heaviest gar and drum.
For more information or to register, contact Doug Livengood at (660) 562-7787.
Catfish Chasers also will host a catfish tournament from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 28 at John Redmond Reservoir, about an hour south of Topeka. There is a $1,000 guaranteed prize for first place, and check in will be at the ramp by the dam. For more information, contact David Studebaker at (785) 289-0007 or by email at email@example.com.