The tradition began years ago when Woodrowe Barber, and his fishing buddies, would combine his passion for catfishing and doing good works. Barber a lifelong Mason would ply his skill at catfish hunting and catching, and save them up until he had a deepfreeze full. He thought the very best use of the fish would be to benefit the Masonic Lodge, and its projects of charity.

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