Fish Dat Rodeo postponed until June 29

Saturday’s 4th annual Fish Dat Rodeo has been postponed due to forecasted inclement weather. The Fish Dat Rodeo has been rescheduled for June 29, and registration for the annual family-friendly fishing rodeo is extended through June 28.

Anglers of all ages are invited to participate in the family-friendly fishing tournament, where competitors vie to catch the largest bass, bream, catfish and sac-a-lait.

This year, the Fish Dat Rodeo is presented by Kidcam Camps and the United Way of St. Charles.

Registration for anglers 12 years old and under is $5, and it costs $10 for those 13 and older or boat captains. Participants can register online through June 28 and view the rodeo rules here.

Competition begins at safe-light with weigh-in at 1 p.m. Food and fun will follow the weigh-in as awards and door prizes will follow.

The Fish Dat Rodeo is open to all St. Charles Parish residents and legal Louisiana fishing licensed persons. A Louisiana fishing license is required for anglers 16 and older. All Louisiana fishing regulations apply.

The mission of the St. Charles Parish Department of Parks and Recreation is to provide quality recreation programs, activities, parks and facilities that allow residents to enhance their quality of life. For more information on Parks and Recreation, visit scpparksandrec.com or call (985) 783-5090 or follow us on Facebook (@scpparksandrec) and Instagram (@scpparksandrecreation).

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