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CT CARP Open Peg Draw Sunday 12th at 7PM Fishing Monday 13th 10am until Friday 17th 2pm Awards at 4PM Friday Afternoon Competition Info Limited to the first 100 Registered / Paid Anglers This is a Big Fish and Big 4 Event –Only Cyprinus Carpio count for this event All Entries must be paid in full prior to the Draw. If participants aren’t at the draw once all pegs are chosen they are free to choose a open peg of their choosing. Anglers may fish as partners( 2 Anglers) or individually. This designation must be determined when registering and cannot be changed once the draw has taken place and a choice has been made stys that way for the entire event. The draw will start with 1 random name or partners being chosen. They will then announce the peg they choose to fish. They will then draw the next name, and this procedure will progress until all anglers have chosen their pegs. Once a peg is chosen another angler/ pair cannot choose another peg 150yds either side of that chosen peg. If Anglers move to another peg they must call in to relinquish their peg and announce a new peg once they have determined their new peg. Angler’s pegs are reserved even if they choose not to fish the full 24 /7 and/or they decide to fish an area with limited hours. i.e. a city park, etc. Any publicly accessible area that is open on the Connecticut River and direct tributaries to all participating anglers are possible options for pegs. Peg locations must be as accurate as possible in GPS format Entry fee is $300 per registered angler plus another $100 if the angler wants to participate in the $100,000 State record prize pool. Angling pairs must both be registered for the prize to be entered to qualify for the State Record Pool. State Record Pool has their own set of rules that will be available at the Registration and posted on the website once finalized on the website closer to the event. CARP TS expects all participants to apply Good Sportsmanship and common sense during this event. Any questions should be asked prior to the peg draw. General Rules- All CT fishing and municipality rules must be observed. For license and general information this link can help- http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2696&q=322708&deepNav_GID=1630 Any infringement of the rules will result in immediate disqualification with no refunds. Boats are allowed for baiting up, transportation and landing fish. All fishing must take place from the shore. Keeping in mind that Marshals need a easy process to weigh and verify anglers reported captures. Life jackets are required in boats along with all other boating requirements. The week prior to the event Anglers may not fish or bait up any areas designated as permissible for the event. (Monday October 6th) Anglers may research, check depths, locations as they choose up until the time of the peg draw on Sunday evening. All CARP TS Standard rules apply -One single hook per rod -Fish Friendly nets are required -Unhooking mats are required -Fish must be released in good health and excellent condition to be counted -150 yds between anglers and they may fish to the middle (75 yds)