Rumble on the River Catfish Tournament will be taking over the Ohio River in Owensboro this weekend and all the proceeds will benefit one local non-profit.

WHAT IS RUMBLE ON THE RIVER?

Rumble on the River is a catfishing tournament pitting Kentucky against Indiana, being hosted by Rod Rippin' Catfish Trail.  Who will come out the winner?  The director of Rod Rippin' Catfish Trail, Damian Clark, got together with Aaron Wheatly, director of Monsters on the Ohio and from the conversation a brand-new tournament emerged.

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HOW WILL THE TOURNAMENT WORK?

Tournament officials will take the top 10 teams from each side of the river and compare them.  Once they have determined the Top 10 teams collectively they will then give out prizes to each team.

WHERE IS THE TOURNAMENT?

The tournament will take place at English Park in Owensboro starting at 5 a.m.

GIVING BACK

All proceeds are being poured back into Friends of Sinners a christ-centered recovery program here in Owensboro.  Damian Clark has a huge heart for Friends of Sinners because he was once a client.  Friends of Sinners is part of his amazing testimony and part of the reason he is thriving and living a life of sobriety focused on following the Lord.

MORE ABOUT THE EVENT

The main focus of the event is to raise funds for Friends of Sinners, and secondly, to settle the debate on who has the best anglers, Indiana, or Kentucky? There will be food and prizes. For more information, please contact Damian Clark at 270-702-7067

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