Events Mitta Mitta Carp Classic

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  • #885529

    micmac3701
    Participant
    We are edging closer to our event date of 27th March 2021.
    $500 Cash prize for biggest fish on the day. Men’s, Women’s, Children U 16 prizes as well.
    Event Registrations have started coming in, so please sign up and join us in enjoying a great day and help support a very worthy cause in the Mitta Ambulance Service.
    #885557

    jimmyellenberger
    Participant

    Gee thats a pretty good effort getting that together!  Well done.

    A couple years ago on the South Platte in suburban Denver they had a session going complete with strippers, kegs, live bands and were even gambling heavily but slightly undercover on the outcome. And that was right  out in front of God and everybody… Lord only knows what was going on in the carpark.

    Just saying…   Jimmy

     

    #885586

    micmac3701
    Participant

    Reckon the Mitta Valley event will be a bit more low keyed than that, but who knows how it may develop in the future. I’d like to see a “fly caught carp” category introduced but given the size of some of these fish I’d be leaving the twig rods at home.

    #885623

    jimmyellenberger
    Participant

    I have been pulled into line by my clever wife who has reminded me that they were not strippers at that particular anti-carp event but were actually ‘Stripping Guides” which makes a lot more sense and is far more appropriate… kinda. So I stand corrected.

    Full marks to you folks for organizing of such a worthwhile event and I hope you have a cracking day.

    Cheers and high regards…Jimmy

    #885654

    micmac3701
    Participant

    Guides stripping is not something I want to see anytime soon and especially not at a family friendly event.

    Denver guides must be a pretty bohemian bunch, makes you wonder what Florida guides get up to.

    #885668

    Alanta
    Participant

    Thanks to a lot of time, effort and money Tasmania is just about free of carp  and I was wondering what happens to the carp that are caught in the Classic. Are they released or killed ?

    #885671

    micmac3701
    Participant

    Killed as you are not allowed to return noxious fish to the water.

    #885673

    ANDREW
    Participant

    Kill it, chop it so it really and trully dead then  throw it back in the water. Do not leave it on the water edge.

     

    https://vfa.vic.gov.au/recreational-fishing/recreational-fishing-guide/catch-limits-and-closed-seasons/types-of-fish/freshwater-scale-fish/european-carp

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