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Welcome: Indiana Catfish Association

Next Event: NextDecember 14th - 1:00PM
Business Meeting - Mr. Gatti's Pizza Martinsville Indiana


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  • Our annual business meeting will be held on December 14th, 2014 at Mr. Gattis Pizza in Martinsville Indiana. We will be voting on rule changes and locations for the 2015 season..
  • Congratulations to the team of Casey Tutorow and John LeMaster for winning the 2014 Points Championship and the team of Jon Land and Dan Fields for winning the 2014 Classic Championship.

 

ICA 2013 Stats (Final after 8 tournaments):

(Points Tournaments Only)
2013 Total Pounds = 3448.20 lb
2013 Total Catfish = 588 Catfish
2013 Points Leaders - Casey Tutorow and John LeMaster
2013 Classic Champions - Casey Tutorow and John LeMaster
2013 Big Fish of the Year - 49.9lb Blue Cat - Casey Tutorow & John LeMaster

 Average of 24 boats per tourney     Most boats in tourney: 30 (Williams Dam - May 18th)    Least boats in tourney: 18 (Geist - October 19th) Biggest weigh in: 790.1lbs (Leavenworth)    Smallest weigh in: 124.47lbs (Cataract)    Total # of fish weighed in: 588    Tourney with most fish: 112 (Huntington Reservoir - August 17th)    Tourney with least fish: 21 (Cataract - April 20th)    Avg. weight per fish: 5.12lbs     Total Pay Out: $15,070.00


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Hello and welcome to the ICA website. We invite you to browse around and check us out. We have a lot to offer for the person looking to get into competitive catfishing. The ICA has a great group of catfish gurus that will help you out and share info with. Use the navigation links on the left to peruse the site. Be sure to check us out on Facebook for the latest news.  It's a great place to meet everyone and exchange information. Be sure to make this page your first stop when visiting as we post updated info here on our home page.


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The Ohio Valley Catfishing Federation was created to promote Catfish conservation throughout the Ohio River valley. Vast stretches of the Ohio River and smaller fisheries that are fed by the Ohio are open to commercial fishing. We do not intend to outlaw commercial fishing; our focus is to push for tougher regulations for Catfish on the states that do allow commercial fishing. Our trophy Catfish populations are in danger due to the actions of multiple state agencies that do not recognize Catfish as a Sport Fish. Without a Sport Fish designation, it has proven difficult to convince state agencies to impose stronger and smarter regulations. Trophy Catfish are being removed along the Ohio River primarily for purposes other than human consumption. With the number of states that are allowing these fish to be over harvested with little or no regulations, many fisheries along the Ohio valley will not be able to maintain a healthy population of Trophy Catfish long term. Catfishing is the fastest growing type of Sport Fishing in the Nation. With growing popularity comes more demand as well. As a result, a high percentage of commercial catches are transported to Pay Ponds. These establishments are the number one reason that so many Trophy sized fish are removed from our natural waterways. While we do not wish to put anyone out of business, better regulations on both sides will insure a healthy population of Trophy fish that our families and friends can enjoy for generations to come. OVCF is intended to be another meeting point where like minded Anglers can organize, and pressure officials in their respective states. The time is now to make our voices heard, and protect the species we all love to pursue.


Cell Phones for Soldiers:

The Indiana Catfish Association is proud to support Cell Phones for Soldiers. This is a 501(c)3 program to help our troops overseas stay connected with thier loved ones. Donate your used cell phones today – proceeds will be used to purchase calling cards for U.S. Soldiers serving overseas. To a military family, a phone call home is priceless. Cell Phones for Soldiers addresses an everyday emotional need that everyone has experienced: the need to call home, to hear a familiar voice while far away. Please help our troops stay connected by donating your used cell phones today. Every phone makes a difference! Each phone donated equals about an hour of talk time for a soldier. It's both easy and free. Just print out the Pre Paid Label and follow the directions. Thanks for your support....


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