Haven't seen a top to bottom "results page", but there was an article in the Post about it. Over 1400 pounds caught.
Does anybody know if the results are up anywhere. I beleive it was held June 2 and 3 out of Smallwood.
And many dead carp and gar left in parking lots and ramps. Three locations and at one location cleaned snakehead covered 12 feet of loading dock. Left to rot in the sun. Some bad apples.
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That's not good.
We were in the tournament and mostly focus'd on snakeheads with bowfishing gear. The one team shot 33 snakeheads and I believe the winning team shot 27 at 230lbs. I was there Saturday and Sunday and did not see any carcass', but I don't doubt that a few did not act responsible. Most of the guys I spoke with gave their carp to a farmer there with his pickup truck...I guess he was going to put them in a garden. Like any large event, humans leave tons of waste behind at sporting events, air shows, etc....DNR was all over the docks both Saturday and Sunday, so not sure how or why anyone would just leave the fish on the boat landings.
Personally I don't enjoy shooting either carp or gar because once you shoot them, they are not good to eat or good for anything else. At least the snakeheads are great table fare.