We once again bring a close to the end of another King of the Cats season.Â Some historical bars were set this year with the highest Channel Cat score and Biggest Flathead(s) ever entered.Â The average overall score for both species was also at an all time high.Â Either the fish are getting bigger or you all are getting better. :)Â Â Â A big congrats to all the winners a lot of time and effort was spent by all of you to catch the fish you did.Â Kudos to all of you for your entries and measurement pics.Â We have came a long way from cruddy flip phone pics.Â Also a big thanks to everyone who helped out along the way with prize donations and sharing the love of the sport.Â Â I have so much fun with this contest and I’m glad other do as well. A tip of the cap to all of you and I look forward to doing it all again next year.Â Â I hope everyone has a great off season, stay well my friends!
With all that said, here are your 2017 King of the Cats.
In the Flathead Division in 1st place with 234.5 pts and also biggest Flathead ever entered from Minnesota is Josh Moe
In second place with 232pts and also a tie for biggest Flathead ever entered from Minnesota is Jake Robinson
In third place with 227pts from Minnesota is Matt Peluf
In fourth place with 218.5pts from Minnesota is John Kimble
Finally in fifth place with 216pts from Wisconsin is Matt Heeter.
In the Channel division coming in 1st place with the highest ever total score of 183pts and biggest channel cat entered this year from Colorado is Daris McKinnon
In second place and just .5 pts off the lead at 182.5 from Colorado is Marty Meshek
In third place with 182pts from Colorado is Ray Moore
In fourth place with 178.5pts from South Dakota is Jesse Kiggins
Finally in fifth place and our youngest ever King of the Cats winner with 176pts from Minnesota is Brekin McGill.
Overall grand champion master supreme.Â With 364.5 pts total of both species, from South Dakota is Tron Glaser.
Thanks again and congrats to you all!