Carp Derby

When:
05/08/2021 @ 9:00 am – 05/09/2021 @ 12:00 pm
2021-05-08T09:00:00-05:00
2021-05-09T12:00:00-05:00
Where:
Lake Scott State Park
Carp Derby @ Lake Scott State Park

All participants are responsible for reading and following all rules and regulations
set forth by The SCACC Fishing Derby.
Ages 16 and up must possess a current fishing license. Adult fishing with a child under the age
of 16 must possess a current fishing license.
State Park Permits are required to enter the Lake Scott State Park.
Eligibility: A winning fish must be caught and presented at weigh in by the registered
competitor.
Weather Conditions: Assuming no fish are weighed and no prizes are awarded, a 100%
premium refund will be made if event is cancelled due to inclement weather or this
Contract will be amended to reschedule a date without additional charges. Should
any fish be weighed and/or prizes awarded in a partially completed event, no refund
is available.
Prizes are awarded solely on the basis of fish weight. In the event of identical weights, the first
fish weighed breaks the tie and if there remains a tie, the fish with the greatest length breaks the
tie. In the event that there is still a tie, the fish with the greatest girth shall be declared the leading
fish.
Any inorganic item(s) including, but not limited to, fishing tackle, wire, rocks, and rope found to be
attached to a fish or inside a fish’s mouth when a fish is caught shall be removed by the angler prior to
weigh-in. The weigh master has the right to cut open and inspect fish at their discretion. If any inorganic
material is not visible to the angler and is discovered when the fish is opened, this material shall be
examined by the Tournament Committee and, if deemed to be inside the fish prior to it being caught by
the angler weighing it in, the weight of such inorganic item(s) shall be deducted from the official weight
of the fish. If, however, the Tournament Committee deems that the inorganic material was intentionally
introduced to the fish after that fish was caught and prior to the weighing of that fish, additional action
may be taken including, but not limited to, the disqualification of the fish and angler.