Camp Autumn’s Ice Fishing Tournament & Fundraiser

The Camp Autumn Ice Fishing Tournament & Fundraiser is a charitable ice fishing contest in northwest Iowa benefiting children & families  through Camp Autumn, a therapeutic camp for children. By participating in the ice fishing tournament, with a chance to win prizes, you are supporting children to attend Camp Autumn through camp scholarships. Camp Autumn served 182 children during 9 weeks of summer camp in 2019, providing 315 weeks of respite to families in need.
Bring your family, pack up your poles, and join us for a day of ice fishing on a private lake in O’Brien County on the Camp Autumn property. We will have a kids’ ice fishing clinic, ice fishing for novices, experienced fishermen, and everyone in between, and an open warehouse with hot cocoa, coffee, and complimentary lunch. This is a release tournament, which means fish will be released back into the lake. The prize categories will measure length of the following species: bass, panfish, croppie, and catfish.
With your $45 registration fee, with one free child per paid adult. Additional children are $20. All entries for children include the children’s ice fishing clinic.
Ice huts, poles, and gear are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. We encourage you to bring your own gear if you have it, but inexperienced ice fishermen are welcome too!
If you have any questions, please contact Katie Ping, Marketing & Events Coordinator, at or Adam Lybarger, Camp Director, at

February 15, 2020 9:00 am
9:00 am — 2:00 pm (5h)

Camp Autumn