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“No Bull”

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day, June

Yellowstone River
Rats win Milk
River Cat Classic
By Montana Cats Staff
The 20th Annual Milk
River Catfish Classic was
historic in more ways than
In the weeks leading
up to the tournament,
the Glasgow Chamber of
Commerce announced a
“New” event in conjunction
with the Catfish Classic.
The Inaugural Milk River
Catfish Days brought
Steve Lowrey and Steve Harris, Jr. popped their five cats weighing in at 36.42 pounds
a whole new flavor to
(7.82 lb. avg.) to claim the title at around 1:00 a.m. Sunday. Despite being way past his
downtown Glasgow that
bedtime, Ryatt was also enjoying his time on the official stage in what was a record-
lasted the entire weekend. breaking audience of around 500 Milk River Catfish Classic enthusiasts.
The community enjoyed
two nights of live music, a Glasgow Reds, Catfish Classic, and the “Famous year’s roster was also
pancake breakfast, a bloody “Crazy Days” for vendors Midnight Weigh-ins” to littered with an abundance
mary and breakfast burrito and retail stores alike, a make this year’s version of local anglers and teams
brunch hosted by the Elks, youth fishing tournament one that will not be soon from all over the region;
a Corn hole tournament at Home Run Pond, and forgotten. most notably Montana
for both youth and adults, a youth outdoors clinic This year’s 80-team Cats Circuit anglers from
a beer pong tournament, hosted by the Hi-Line field was filled during Billings, Laurel, Sidney, and
a catfish fry catered by the Sportsmen. the first month of open everywhere in between.
Cottonwood, the school’s All of the registration. Five teams In previous years
out carnival hosted by the aforementioned events were pulled off of a waiting we have had high water,
Children’s Museum, a 1 added to the traditional: list as the tournament low water, warm weather,
Mile / 5k Race called the Friday night Calcutta, neared making it a mix of cold weather, windy, no
Catfish Crawl, a pitching Social, and Street Dance, veteran and inexperienced wind, and just about
booth hosted by the the 20th Annual Cat tournament anglers. This continued on page 2
Catfish Classic continued impressive 36.42 lbs. Good enough to take home the 20th
Annual Cat Classic Championship and command a loud
every possible condition you can imagine. This year ovation from an estimated 500 spectators in attendance.
was interesting for the simple fact that the weather was Claiming runner-up honors was the sibling duo
cooperative for tournament night and most of the week of Carter Pedersen, Wolf Point, and Peyton Pedersen,
leading up to the event. Weather hovered in the 80s on Billings, with an impressive basket of fish in their own
Friday and again on tournament day. Little to no wind, right. The anglers weighed in a limit of 34.81 lbs. Carter
no precipitation, and slightly dropping water conditions also claimed the Jumbo Whiskers Award for the largest
provided anglers with a chance to put up big weights and catfish of the evening with his 11.12 lb. behemoth. The
the entire 80-team field did NOT disappoint. fish is a trophy Milk River Cat in every sense of the word.
Steve Harris Jr. of Sidney and Steve Lowrey, of Fairview Maybe the most impressive of all is the fact that Peyton
are Cat Classic veterans and they hit the shoreline running had never fished the event prior to this year and Carter
on Saturday night. These teammates own jet boats and live had just made his debut the previous year.
on the Yellowstone River, but when it came to navigating Defending Champions and Glasgow natives, Jason
the Cat Classic on an evening where water levels were Flaten and Cole Plouffe put together another impressive
average, the teammates elected that sticking to the shore night of fishing, following up last year’s championship
would be in their best interest. Boy are they happy they with a weight of 32.94 lbs. Just under their total weight
did! This is Harris’ 11th year fishing the event and he has from 2018. Bo Boreson and Vance Anderson finished just
particularly focused on one main stretch of river, reading it ½ lb. back of 3rdplace with 32.41 lbs. Brady Flaten and
and studying it as much as he can. Their time was now. The Jason Molstad rounded out the top five with a weight of
Richland County catfish junkies toted their 5 cats up on the 31.64 lbs. The finish marks an 11th Top 5 finish for Brady
stage at nearly 1:00 AM and watched the scale dial up to an in 20 years of fishing the event.

Sure could use a

Three native local teams finished 6th to 8th
respectively. Brendan Waarvik and DJ Elletson, Joel Smith
snort of rain and Marc Kloker, Timm Canen and Aimee Kloeckner
ALL weighed in over 30 lbs., making it the first time in
Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 59. West wind 8 to Cat Classic history that eight teams could make the claim
15 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph. of catching 30+ lbs.
Tuesday: Sunny, with a high near 82. North wind 6 to 11 Montana Cats Circuit anglers; Rod Seder, Billings,
mph, with gusts as high as 18 mph. Rob Seder, Hardin, and Bobby Wise, Billings, Robert Wise,
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 56. West Billings, claimed the last two spots in the all-important
wind around 6 mph becoming southeast in the evening. “Top 10”.
Wednesday: Sunny, with a high near 87. West wind 6 to 10 A record tying 28 teams weighed in 20+ lbs. and an
mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph. all-time Montana Cats Circuit record 78 teams weighed
Wednesday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and in fish! Congratulations to the entire tournament field for
thunderstorms after midnight. Partly cloudy, with a low being a part of a history making night of fishing.
around 57. The Montana Catfish Association would like to
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. West wind 6 to take this time to thank the following sponsors for the
10 mph becoming north in the afternoon. Winds could gust 20thAnnual Milk River Catfish Classic: Glasgow TBID,
as high as 21 mph. Nemont Beverage Corporation (Busch Light), Montana
Thursday Night: A 50 percent chance of showers and Bar, Thompson and Sons, Scottie Nation Apparel, Ag-
thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 57. Land Co-op Glasgow, D&G Sports & Western, Thrivent
Friday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms, then Financial Shelly George, Newton Motors, B’n’M Poles,
a chance of showers after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a high Whisker Seeker Tackle, Cat River Anchors, RS Jet Boat
near 75. West northwest wind 9 to 14 mph, with gusts as
high as 21 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Anchors, and Hi-Line Sportsmen. Also a HUGE thanks
you to all of those local businesses that sponsored the
Friday Night: A 50 percent chance of showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 48. Glasgow Chamber’s Inaugural Milk River Catfish Days.
You are all greatly appreciated. We hope to have everyone
Saturday: A 30 percent chance of showers. Partly sunny,
with a high near 66. West northwest wind 13 to 15 mph. back on board for next year’s Milk River Catfish Days and
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 44.
the 21st Annual Cat Classic on June 5th-7th, 2020.
In the meantime enjoy the completed final results from
Sunday: A slight chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a
high near 68. this weekend on the back page.
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17th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic Results

1. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., Steve Lowrey, Fairview, MT. 36.42 42. Landon Holte, Fort Peck, MT., Carter Holte, Fort Peck, MT. 17.60
2. Carter Pedersen, Wolf Point, MT., Peyton Pedersen, Billings, MT. 34.81 43. Tara Geer, Glasgow, MT., Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT. 17.38
3. Jason Flaten, West Wendover, NV., Cole Plouffe, Glendive, MT. 32.94 44. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Keegan Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. 17.33
4. Bo Boreson, Perrysville, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 32.41 45. Hawk Hockhalter, Bismarck, ND., Dale Borgen, Glasgow, MT. 17.10
5. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 31.64 46. Kevin Howie, Billings, MT., Travis Kennedy, Billings, MT. 16.91
6. Brendan Waarvik, Billings, MT., DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 30.94 47. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT., Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT. 16.90
7. Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT., Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT. 30.35 48. Brodie Boreson, Hinsdale, MT., Alex Partridge, Glasgow, MT. 16.48
8. Timm Canen, Miles City, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT. 30.20 49. Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT., Cody Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 16.46
9. Rod Seder, Billings, MT., Rob Seder, Hardin, MT. 28.96 50. Hayden Clark, St. Marie, MT., Blaine White, Glasgow, MT. 16.29
10. Bobby Wise, Billings, MT., Robert Wise, Billings, MT. 28.85 51. Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT., Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT. 15.66
11. Jacob Aune, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT. 28.47 52. Cody Evans, Billings, MT., Jeremy Johnson, Worden, MT. 15.00
12. Callahan Belling, Richland, MT., JD Bailey, Opheim, MT. 27.05 53. Shawn Hopstad, Glasgow, MT., Chaz Hopstad, Glasgow, MT. 14.68
13. Jake Knaff, Hinsdale, MT., Colt Knaff, Hinsdale, MT. 25.99 54. Ed Sugg, Verndale, MN., Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT. 14.51
14. Cale Swanson, Glasgow, MT., Dominik Zimdars, Glasgow, MT. 25.88 55. Stone Tahista, Nashua, MT., Mike Merideth, Nashua, MT. 14.37
15. Corey Bushman, Billings, MT., Matt Bushman, Billings, MT. 25.02 56. Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT., John Grimes, Glasgow, MT. 14.17
16. Cody Tribby, Glasgow, MT., Dylan Sander, Glasgow, MT. 24.57 57. Paul Parra, Laurel, MT., Renea Parra, Laurel, MT. 13.73
17. Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT., Brien Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. 24.31 58. Colton Hill, Dickinson, ND., Wyatt Pedersen, Glasgow, MT. 13.33
18. Casey Peterson, Sidney, MT., Tobin Bell, Sidney, MT. 24.21 59. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. 12.84
19. Eric Billmeyer, Turner, MT., Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT. 24.12 60. George Stuckers, Sidney, MT., Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT. 12.82
20. Chris Kolstad, Williston, ND., Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT. 24.07 61. Bob Kemp, Glasgow, MT., Jodi Schock, Glasgow, MT. 12.64
21. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Tyler Thomas, Lewistown, MT. 23.96 62. Cooper Larson, Glasgow, MT., Dylan Linder, Glasgow, MT. 11.17
22. Brady Burgess, Glasgow, MT., Myles Kittleson, Glasgow, MT. 22.22 63. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT., Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 11.14
23. Scott Redstone , Glasgow, MT., Aidan Redstone, Glasgow, MT. 21.97 64. Terry King, St. Marie, MT., Lindsey Brune, St. Marie, MT. 10.68
24. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY., Ryan George, Joliet, MT. 21.74 65. Perry Vandersloot, Laurel, MT., Alyssa Vandersloot, Laurel, MT. 10.09
25. Dan Achten, Laurel, MT., Amber Achten, Laurel, MT. 21.48 66. Melissa Sigmundstad, Glasgow, MT., Briana Page, Glasgow, MT. 9.59
26. Cody King, Minot, ND., Casey King, Glasgow, MT. 21.21 67. Curtis Shipman, Glasgow, MT., Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. 9.41
27. Curtis Meiers, Missoula, MT., Jacob Meiers, Nashua, MT. 20.70 68. Craig Compton, Mount Ulla, NC., Quentin Compton, Glasgow, MT. 9.17
28. Dave George, Glasgow, MT., Candy Lagerquist, Glasgow, MT. 20.51 69. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT., Caleb Lagree, Glasgow, MT. 9.07
29. Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT., Trevin Gibson, Glasgow, MT. 19.94 70. Jason Schultz, Glasgow, MT., Hunter Schultz, Glasgow. MT. 8.01
30. Blaine Berg, Glendive, MT., Damen Scherting, Glendive, MT. 19.91 71. Andy Gardner, Dickinson, ND., Greg Fewer, Glasgow, MT. 7.55
31. Jerry Molstad, Miles City, MT., Nate Molstad, Havre, MT. 19.81 72. Robert Petersen, Billings, MT., Jayson Riggin, Billings, MT. 7.34
32. David Irving, Glasgow, MT., Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT. 19.76 Todd Lindsay, Billings, MT., Kellie Lindsay, Billings, MT. 7.34
Troy Vandall, Glasgow, MT., Tristin Vandall, Glasgow, MT. 19.76 74. Rick Pedersen, Nashua, MT., Marcia Pedersen, Nashua, MT. 7.23
34. Jeff Irving, Belgrade, MT., Dylan Hughes, Glasgow, MT. 19.67 75. Kobe Sibley, Glasgow, MT., Trevor Klind, Glasgow, MT. 7.13
35. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT., Lindsey Gauer, Park City, MT. 19.57 76. Aaron Wittmer, Havre, MT., Derek Mahlum, Havre, MT. 5.42
36. Seth Combs, Beulah, North Dakota, Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT. 19.42 77. Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT., Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT. 4.47
37. Steve Harris., Sidney, MT., Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT. 19.09 78. Spencer Gay, Glendive, MT., Pat Gay, Glasgow, MT. 2.53
38. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT. 19.01 79. Shawn Weber, Billings, MT., Kade Compton, Billings, MT. 0
39. Andrew Malmend, Saco, MT., Mike Vinson, Glasgow, MT. 18.96 80. Tyler Johnson, Nashua, MT., Zach Watts, Nashua, MT. 0
40. Mike Zoanni, Glasgow, MT., Nate Doornek, Glasgow, MT. 18.51 Jumbo Whiskers Award -- Carter Pedersen 11.12 lbs.
41. Sam Malmend, Vandalia, MT., Wrangler Jones, Hinsdale, MT. 17.82 Big Whiskers Award -- Steve Harris Sr. 9.75 lbs.


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