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  1. Team List

    Team Name: The van Schalkwyk's Team Member #1: Willem van Schalkwyk CAG Forum Name: Willem (JD) PB: 31-11 Team Member #2: Chris van Schalkwyk CAG Forum Name: Christian PB: 32-6 Team Name: CAG-NTX Team Member #1: Clayton Lothrop CAG Forum Name: TX Angler PB: 30# Team Member #2: Pieter Oberholzer CAG Forum Name: Pieter Oberholzer PB: 35# Team Name: Team Flores Team Member #1: Eddie Flores CAG Forum Name: Sasquatch Hunter PB: 35 Team Member #2: Samantha Flores CAG Forum Name: Samantha Flores PB: 15 Team Name: Los Wackeros Team Member #1: Adam Kartzke CAG Forum Name: Adam Kartzke PB: 35 Team Member #2: Chris Munn CAG Forum Name: Chris Munn PB: 36 Team Name: K-1 Baits Team Member #1: Tony Stout CAG Forum Name: Masonic Carper PB: 33.09 Team Member #2: Rick Wilson III CAG Forum Name: n/a PB: 22 Team Name: Mid-State Carpers Team Member #1: Chad Bettisch CAG Forum Name: Chad PB: 32.2 Team Member #2: Tony Donato CAG Forum Name: Tony Donato PB: 28.2 Team Name: Polonia Carp Team Team Member #1: Adam Krysiak CAG Forum Name: Adam Krysiak PB: 38.02 lb Team Member #2: Andrzej Burnagiel CAG Forum Name: Andrzej Burnagiel PB: 32.07 lb Team Name: Mama's Boys Team Member #1: August Wells CAG Forum Name: Texas-Z PB: 35.6 Team Member #2: Derek Konz CAG Forum Name: Derek Konz PB: 38 Team Name: Dos Ricos Team Member #1: Martin Rich CAG Forum Name: Martin Rich PB: 47lb mirror Team Member #2: Richard Tarbert CAG Forum Name: HtownCarp'n PB: 26.1lb common Team Name: In Rod We Trust Team Member #1: Brian Daugherty CAG Forum Name: Brian Daugherty PB: 44lb 2oz Team Member #2: Austin Pass CAG Forum Name: Austin PB: 39lb 4oz Team Name: Team Johnson Ross Texas Team Member #1: Brid Caveney CAG Forum Name: Brid Caveney PB: 35lbs 8oz Team Member #2: Josh Morris CAG Forum Name: Josh PB: 32lbs Team Name: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Team Member #1: Jerome Moisland CAG Forum Name: Jerome PB: 44lb Team Member #2: Iain Murray CAG Forum Name: redcoat PB: 52lb Team Name: Mburg Carpers Team Member #1: Mark Metzger CAG Forum Name: Gefiltafisher PB: 36 something Team Member #2: Bence Matisz CAG Forum Name: TBD PB: 61 Team Name: SOCALCARPERS Team Member #1: Cristian Torres CAG Forum Name: SOCALCARPER PB: 34lb 12oz Team Member #2: Cesar Espinoza CAG Forum Name: SOCALCARPER909 PB: 35lb Team Name: Detroit vs. Everybody Team Member #1: Paul Cienciera CAG Forum Name: Paul Cienciera PB: 34# Team Member #2: Daniel Slaby CAG Forum Name: Daniel PB: 56# Team Name: Two Men & A Dog Team Member #1: Keith Thompson CAG Forum Name: Keith PB: 58lb 14oz Team Member #2: Kristopher Tait CAG Forum Name: Kristopher Tait PB: 22lb 12oz Team Name: The Golden Toads Team Member #1: Chris Fowler CAG Forum Name: BigChrisCarper PB: 29lb 10oz Team Member #2: Benjamin Harshman CAG Forum Name: Bencarpintx PB: 24lb 6oz Team Name: Mid-State Carpers "Plan B" Team Member #1: Anthony Hartung CAG Forum Name: JYB PB: 20.13 Team Member #2: Chris Matthews CAG Forum Name: Chris Matthews PB: 27.4 Team Name: The Unknowns Team Member #1: Danny Wynn CAG Forum Name: Danny Wynn PB: 28lb Team Member #2: Xavier Gonzales CAG Forum Name: PB: 26lb Team Name: NTX Carpers Team Member #1: Josef Raguro CAG Forum Name: Josef Raguro PB: 30.11 lb Team Member #2: Jon Eisen CAG Forum Name: Jon Eisen PB: 42.06 Team Name: H&M Team Member #1: Marcin Szydlowski CAG Forum Name: fishfasol1 PB: 39lb 3oz Team Member #2: Henryk Burza CAG Forum Name: Thunder PB: 31lb 13oz Team Name: Team Rod Hutchinson Team Member #1: Jason Aylott CAG Forum Name: Jason Aylott PB: 45lb Team Member #2: Frank Kessler CAG Forum Name: Katy Carper PB: 34lb Team Name: Rip Off Baits Team Member #1: Chad Edwards CAG Forum Name: Badchade PB: 39lb 6oz Team Member #2: Jake Downing CAG Forum Name: Pig Slayer PB: 38lb Team Name: Team End of the Line Team Member #1: Barry Howard CAG Forum Name: Barry PB: 37lb 8oz Team Member #2: Ed Wagner CAG Forum Name: sullypool PB: 37lb 8oz Team Name: Baits Brothers Team Member #1: Michael Bates CAG Forum Name: HappyCamper PB: 6lb 1oz Team Member #2: Steven Bates CAG Forum Name: Steven Bates PB: 44lb Team Name: Old School Carpers Team Member #1: Brian Nordberg CAG Forum Name: Carpaholic PB: 39lb 12oz Team Member #2: Zach Van Fleet CAG Forum Name: lonestarcarper PB: 38lb Team Name: Marmite Munchers Team Member #1: Iain Sorrell CAG Forum Name: savayman PB: 55.02 Team Member #2: Lee Fenner CAG Forum Name: leebfenner PB: 35 lb Team Name: Team Member #1: CAG Forum Name: PB: Team Member #2: CAG Forum Name: PB: Team Name: Team Kilt ‘n’ Cap Team Member #1: Levi Flood CAG Forum Name: KiltedCarper PB: 27lb Team Member #2: Ty Buchanan CAG Forum Name: TBD PB: 28.35lb Team Name: Order of the Carp Team Member #1: Zach Testa CAG Forum Name: Zatesta PB: 36.8 Team Member #2: Evan Cartabiano CAG Forum Name: Evan C. PB: ? Team Name: The Boston Anglers Team Member #1: Tim Columbo CAG Forum Name: Tim Columbo PB: 22.3 Team Member #2: Robert Clark CAG Forum Name: (NH) 401_KoCarp_Clark PB: 35.15 Team Name: Dirty Water Team Member #1: Clifford Sharp CAG Forum Name: csharp PB: 33.14 Team Member #2: Martin Columbo CAG Forum Name: Martin Columbo PB: 42.8
  2. About ATC 2018

    About ATC 2018 Wednesday March 21st - Corn boil, rules, and BBQ at the Wyndham Hotel Thursday March 22nd - Peg draw at Wyndham Hotel and Fishing Day 1 Friday March 23rd - Peg draw at Wyndham Hotel and Fishing Day 2 - Awards Banquet at Restaurant Whats the same and whats different: 32 Teams It will continue to be a two-person team event. Teams will be allowed one runner, who will not be allowed to touch any rod/reel with bait, or fish on. Draw will remain the same, with Chad pulling a team name out of a hat. That team will pick first, and then they will draw the next team out of a hat. Rinse and repeat. On day one, teams will pick in order, drawing two pegs and choosing one, within 15 seconds. Day two, the same procedure will apply, with teams drawing in the reverse order of day one. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place winners will be determined by Big 6 format Teams DO NOT need to have 6 fish to qualify Corn Boil will still be at the same place and time (Wyndham hotel pool area), and good ol' Texas BBQ will be the fare. Traditional buckets will contain scorecards, and goodies. Lunch will be provided for both anglers, on both days, by Thundercloud Subs, or Delaware Subs. Teams may choose from a limited selection of subs when registering online (Turkey or Ham). Post event celebrations and prize giving will be held at Threadgills on Riverside Dr, near the S. 1st St. peg. Teams must choose from the restricted menu, which will be available at the banquet dinner. Non-team members/guests choosing to attend may pay $15.00 to join in for banquet food. Special Award for the largest Carp (Commons, Mirrors, or Koi). Special award for the largest Smallmouth Buffalo. Special award for the largest Grasser! Non-club sponsored pots for Total Weight, largest Carp, largest Smallmouth Buffalo, and largest Grasser! Hotel info coming soon! 2018 ATC Registration Info Modest registration fee of $175 includes: Two Anglers (One Team) Registration Corn Boil Activities (Barbeque, Sodas). Light breakfast and coffee, each morning of the peg draw. Lunch delivered to the pegs on Thursday and Friday. Complete dinner at the Awards Banquet. And of course, the friendship of fellow carpers - meet the faces that communicate on the CAG board and social media! Both team members must be CAG members. Entry fees can include membership at $25 for one non-member ($200 team total) and $50 for two non-members ($225).
  3. ATC 2018 Rules

    ATC 2018 Rules: All anglers are required to have a VALID Texas fishing License ; you may purchase them by phone at (800)895-4248. Or online at: http://tpwd.texas.gov/business/licenses/online_sales/ Licenses are also sold at Wal-Mart, Academy, and other sporting goods stores. No pre-fishing in Ladybird Lake (Town Lake)from Sunday, March 11th through the start of the event. Anyone seen not complying with this will disqualify his or her team from the competition and the entry fee will not be refunded. All participants are allowed to plumb and research the lake; this includes the use of SMART CASTS. If you would like to fish prior to the tournament, we can recommend areas that will be permitted. Austin Lake has a campground (Emma Long) and it is a very similar type of venue (see rules). Another Venue is Decker Lake, known for Large Buffs. A representative of each team MUST be present at the peg draw, if one is not present that peg will be forfeited and the team will be issued whatever peg is left. You will draw 2 pegs and pick 1 within 15 seconds. The peg chosen is the peg you must fish. All of the city park rules must be observed. This will be a Big 6 event. This means that the team's 6 biggest fish will be the only ones that count towards the team's score. Teams DO NOT need to have 6 fish in order to qualify for the leader board or podium. Only Cyprinus Carpio count for Big 6 and Big Fish (no buffalo, grass carp, old tires, tennis shoes, dead anglers, lousy team members, etc.) A special award for the biggest Buffalo (any variety) will be presented. ALSO, a special award for the biggest Grass Carp will be presented. Each two-person team may fish anywhere within half the distance of opposing team pegs, ( this means the casting distance, you may not physically walk to and fish in the other teams peg) including pegs on the other side of the lake (you must, however, be in the same Zip Code & County). Each team MUST have 1 knot-less net that provides a safe way to land fish. Nylon knotted nets will not be allowed. Each team MUST have a scale that has been checked and calibrated at the Corn Boil for the event. We will calibrate with 5 pounds of water in a bucket, check your scales before you get there. Each team MUST have a well-padded unhooking mat and weigh sling. Each team MUST have a tape measure; all fish are to be measured and recorded on the score cards. We do this to assist Parks & Wildlife. A max of 6 rods in the water (having hooks on them) per team, at any one time. One hook per rod and no treble hooks or any multi-pronged hooks allowed. SPOD rods and Marker rods are permitted, but they must not have hooks on them. Opposing teams will weigh and record captures. Remote locations will have a Weigh Marshal to do this. Fish must be weighed, measured, and then verified by an opposing team member or a Marshal. Please return fish to the water promptly, after taking your photo(s) releases should also be verified by the opposing team member or Marshal. Only one fish per sack, if necessary. All Scorecards MUST be turned in. The scorecards have the opposing teams verification on them. These must be submitted at the end of each day, irrespective of whether you caught or not. If the scorecard is NOT turned in at the end of the days, angling captures WILL NOT COUNT!! Turn them in to HQ. Scorecards not turned in will result in DISQUALIFICATION Boats will not be allowed during the event; this includes kayaks, row boats, submarines, and bait boats. If a fish is hooked before the competition ends, there will be a 15-minute extension time limit allowed to land the fish. Any foul hooked fish will not count; all captures must be hooked within one inch of the mouth. CAG and non CAG members may attend, please see registration form for details and fees for each category.
  4. Preliminary Headcount

    We are trying to get a preliminary headcount for the 2017 ATC... If we do, it will be the last weekend in February... Who's all planning on signing up? Thanks for your time and feedback. We appreciate it.
  5. Hello folks. Saturday, September 10th 2016 marks the first annual Carp, Trout and Salmon derby for "Lure for a Cure". This is a charity fishing event with prizes, food and drink. I am the secretary for the Genesee Charter Boat Association here in Rochester NY. I am an avid carp angler and would love to make this event bigger and better every year. We have FishUSA and Northport Nailers as sponsors this year. The basics: Prizes for largest carp, trout and salmon along with the smallest in each category. Fishing is on and offshore of the Genesee River. The main swims are The Summerville Pier located at Silk O'Loughlin's http://www.silkoloughlins.com/ The fish will be carefully weighed in slings and released. This swim is very productive and has not been fished much at all over the past weeks. My biggest of this swim was a beauty 32 lber caught on hemp soaked feed corn. Anise is a favorite on this swim too. Weigh in's begin at 6 a.m. and end at 5 p.m. Food, drink, raffles etc will taking place all day. This is a charity for The American Cancer Society. I'm not sure if I posted this in the right spot, and I am eager to contribute positively as much as I can. Truly, Captain Larry Hammond Lure For A Cure Updated.pdf
  6. TightLine Outdoor's, "Don't Bash the Trash" Carp Fishing tournament is a GO for Saturday, July 9th at Lake Arbor in Colorado 2016. This again took tremendous effort from TLO to even get a permit for the event. Honestly, I thought the event would be cancelled. However, permit in hand, the event is a GO, albeit with very little notice for anyone to be able to attend. FINS-UP to TLO and to the local authorities for again making this happen. This is a CATCH & RELEASE carp fishing tournament. It is a $40 entry fee per angler (+ $2 booking free). Payout will be dependent on #s of anglers that take part. This certainly is not your usual carp tournament, it is a total length event, for all carp caught by each angler. The contest takes place over 2 x 4 hr sessions, during the day, morning and afternoon. There is NO peg draw, there is a quadrant draw. The lake is split into 4 quadrants and you get a draw to see which quadrant you will be fishing in during the morning and the afternoon. Once you know which quadrant you are in it is literally a "scramble" to get there and get setup. From last years experience, the anglers in each quadrant were very considerate and did not fish on top of each other! I will be participating again this year, hopefully I can improve on 2015's performance and actually catch a fish ! For details of the event, registration details and event specific rules can be found on the TLO website. If you have any questions about the event, you should direct these to TLO. www.tightlineoutdoors.com I will be there and will endeavor to again advocate for catch & release carp fishing. I appreciate the format of the event isn't what we are all used to, however, I can only stress again, it is a "CATCH and RELEASE" carp fishing tournament in Colorado, so for that, I raise my coffee mug to the organizers for putting it on at all. Tight-Lines, John
  7. I have been fishing in this little catfish pay pond that has some nice carp in it and have talked to the owner about holding a little carp tournament there. They would love to do it and would close the pond for us if we can get enough people to sign up. It is not a very large pond so it would not take very many people to do this. I was thinking something along the following lines: $25 entry fee for CAG members per person; Non-members + CAG membership~ 12 spots; either teams or individual depending on the number of anglers interested$480 payout for most pounds of common and grass carpSoft landing nets and unhooking mats requiredSingle hooks; one hook per lineThis is not set in stone so if you have any ideas about format and what might it more attractive to you please give me feedback! I was thinking that this would be held in the fall - too bloody hot right now! Evan
  8. Austin Carp Angler is almost at 100 likes on Facbook! To commemorate this milestone, we would like to offer a mini-beginners tournament with ACA for anyone who has never fished for carp, but would like to. When we hit 100 likes, we will post on our Facebook page. The first 3 people to comment requesting entry will get come out to Lady Bird Lake to fish and compete with Austin Carp Angler! We will bring all the gear and bait; all you have to do is bring yourselves. Anglers will be split into 3 teams, pairing each with an ACA angler. Whoever catches the most will leave with some carp gear to get you started in catching some carp of your own! If you know anyone who has never fished for carp, but they would like to, send them our way. Our goal is to show anglers who are interested in carp, how to fish and care for them properly. Winner will receive a carp rod, bait runner reel, bank stick, bite alarm, unhooking mat, and landing net! "Like" us on Facebook!