WTU’s Dream Sheds II

Celebrate the Hunt 2017-2018 view (PDF) article here This unique partnership between Whitetails Unlimited, Drury Brothers, and Catch-A-Dream Foundation concluded another successful fundraising effort during the past fiscal year. Dream Sheds II, combined with an extremely successful Dream Shed effort during our 2012 fiscal year, made it possible for us to provide Catch-A-Dream Foundation with […]

Whitetails Unlimited Hunting Heritage Awards: Dr. Marty Brunson

Whitetails Unlimited Magazine Summer 2017 view (PDF) article here The Hunting Heritage Award is presented by Whitetails Unlimited in recognition of leadership and accomplishments in the areas of conservation, education, and the preservation of the hunting tradition – the essence of the mission of Whitetails Unlimited. It is the most prominent award presented by Whitetails […]

Catch-A-Dream Receives Six-Figure Check from WTU at ATA Show

Whitetails Unlimited Magazine Summer 2017 view (PDF) article here A check for more than $122,000 was presented to the Catch-A-Dream Foundation from Whitetails Unlimited at the Archery Trade Association show last January in Indianapolis. The Dream Sheds Partnership – a triangular partnership with WTU, Drury Outdoors, and the Catch-A-Dream Program – has succeeded far beyond […]

8th annual Catch‐A‐Dream Bass Classic on Ross Barnett raises $52,000

May 10, 2017 For Immediate Release 8th annual Catch‐A‐Dream Bass Classic on Ross Barnett raises $52,000 The 8th annual Catch‐A‐Dream Bass Classic, held on Ross Barnett Reservoir on May 7, was a resounding success, generating over $52,000 for the Catch‐A‐Dream Foundation. A total of 214 boats blasted off at safe light from the Hwy 43 […]

Volunteer of the Year – George Taylor

For the most significant demonstration nationally of commitment to “the Vision” of the Catch-A-Dream Foundation through contribution of time, energy and talents toward fulfilling and perpetuating the mission of the Program. 2016 Recipient: GEORGE TAYLOR Balancing a career in medical sales with family priorities and volunteer service, George Taylor of Madison has spent much of […]

Catching Up With Catch-A-Dream – by Dr. Marty Brunson, CEO

It’s a reflective time of year. The days leading up to Christmas, and then springing into a new year, bring both anticipations and anxieties but, always, also opportunities for reflection. It’s been a great year for Catch-A-Dream. We are blessed not only with the opportunity to extend a message of Christian HOPE to children (and […]

Catching Up With Catch-A-Dream – by Dr. Marty Brunson, CEO

The year 2016 has brought many new opportunities to Catch-A-Dream, and the Spring holds many exciting things for us. Now in its 15thyear, Catch-A-Dream is fortunate to have friends in many, many places and walks of life. A review of our online calendar provides a glimpse into that world of FRIENDS who have chosen, in […]

MaxxSouth Broadband Sponsors 4th Annual Pickwick Lake Catch-A-Dream Bass Classic

MaxxSouth Broadband By David Cordero Sorenson Advertising view (PDF) article here June 7, 2016 (Louisville, MS) – MaxxSouth Broadband is proud to be the top sponsor of the 4th Annual Pickwick Lake Catch-A-Dream Bass Classic in Pickwick Landing State Park on June 18. Recognized as the Presenting Sponsor of the event, MaxxSouth Broadband is providing more […]

The “lure” of fishing to help others

The Clarion-Ledger By Donna Echols May 2015 Most all of us have fond memories of fishing with your buddies, a relative, or by yourself just to escape to a peaceful place. Whether that was on a creek bank with a cane pole, a pond out in the middle of a pasture, a coveted fishing hole, […]

Weather doesn’t hinder Catch-A-Dream Bass Classic

The Clarion-Ledger By Brian Broom May 2016 Despite unfavorable conditions, the Catch-A-Dream Bass Classic on Ross Barnett Reservoir drew over 400 anglers and produced some big sacks. “We blasted off 210 boats Sunday morning,” Catch-A-Dream Foundation CEO Marty Brunson said. “Stormy weather was forecast and that prediction came true. It started raining hard probably at 10 o’clock […]