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About Willem (JD)

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    "Veni, Vidi, Victus Sum"
  • Birthday 09/16/1968

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  2. VERMONT FISH & WILDLIFE Press Release For Immediate Release: July 19, 2017 Media Contact: Shawn Good, 802-786-3863 Two fish certified as new Vermont state records RUTLAND, Vt. – Two fish caught in tributaries of Lake Champlain earlier this year have been certified as new Vermont state records. A new state record carp, weighing 33.25 pounds and measuring 40 inches in length, was caught in Otter Creek in April by Ferrisburgh angler Chase Stokes. Stokes, an accomplished Vermont youth angler, caught the carp while fishing in the town of Panton. The fish had a total girth of 26.5 inches at its widest point. A second state record for the species of redhorse sucker has also been certified. Mike Elwood of Burlington landed a redhorse sucker in the Winooski River in May which weighed 9.96 pounds, measured 29 inches in length and had a total girth of 18 inches. Elwood caught the redhorse sucker while fishing in the town of Colchester. The former record carp weighed 33 pounds and measured 35 inches in length, while the previous record redhorse sucker weighed 9 pounds and measured 27.5 inches in length. Both of the new records were made official this week after a thorough inspection process by fisheries biologists from Vermont Fish & Wildlife. The records are for the traditional method of angling, in contrast to records for bowfishing which are also recognized for both species. “The two fish add to the remarkable list of record fish being caught in Vermont year in and year out,” said Shawn Good, fisheries biologist with Vermont Fish & Wildlife. “15 state records have been set for individual species of fish since 2010, and that list will likely grow as more and more anglers chase many of Vermont’s lesser-known, non-traditional fish species. “We currently certify records for 41 different species of fish found in Vermont, so the opportunities for anglers to learn about and target trophy-class fish of a range of species are tremendous,” added Good. “Chase and Mike are both accomplished anglers and long-time participants of our Master Angler program, and their catches are certainly indicative of both their talent and passion for fishing.” Good also noted that the frequency of record fish catches in Vermont in recent years provides added incentive for anglers to get out on the water this summer and fall. “There seems to be some extra buzz in the Vermont angling community right now given the quality of fish being caught regularly across so many different species,” said Good. “It’s always exciting to go fishing, and it makes it that much more exhilarating when you know your very next cast could lead to a new state record.” To learn more about Vermont’s record fish program, fishing in Vermont, or to purchase a fishing license, visit www.vtfishandwildlife.com. Chase Stokes of Ferrisburgh holds the new Vermont state record carp he caught while fishing the Otter Creek in April. Mike Elwood of Burlington with the new Vermont state record redhorse sucker he caught while fishing the Winooski River in May.
  3. Willem,

    I can't seem to find my password for the Director's Forum. I thought it was automatically saved but I am wrong. Could you resend it to me...thanks.

    Dave

  4. Renewal

    Renewal generated for you Alan
  5. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    Those are some stunning catches !!!
  6. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    Please check your email. I'm not sure why you're not getting my emails Jacob. You should be able to post to the leaderboard.
  7. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    Refund done.
  8. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    We are volunteers working for free. These volunteers have jobs, family and a life. In between that, they do their best to assist. Its tought to get volunteers, so most people do the work of 3 or 4 people. Feel free to volunteer and lighten the workload 😉
  9. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    Did you click on the very first post at the top of this thread that reads >>>>>INSTRUCTIONS<<<< ???
  10. REGISTRATION

    You don't pay twice. You REGISTER YOUR NAME on the leaderboard. theres a whole post dedicated with instructions. http://www.carpanglersgroup.com/forum/upload/Leaderboard Instructions.pdf
  11. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    Mmmmm if someone read all the instructions... they would have seen that if you're already registered once on the board, you don't have to do it again That is exactly why it's telling you, you already exist .... You just need to sign in ( or recover your password)
  12. LIVE LEADERBOARD

    Approved Frank. Apologies for the delay, but not all of us are retired
  13. 2017 OFFICIAL BIG 4 logo.

    Please read ALL the topics in this section. It explains all you need to know: http://www.carpanglersgroup.com/forum/index.php?/forum/379-2017-cag-spring-big4/
  14. 2017 OFFICIAL BIG 4 logo.

    There's a Pinned topic under here with Registration links.
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