TEXAS CARP CHALLENGE (TCC) INTRODUCED

$250K WON BY AL ST CYR FOR BREAKING THE TEXAS STATE RECORD

Between the dates of March 26th and 31st 2006, the American Carp Society held the Texas Carp Challenge (TCC), a new format competition inspired by David Moore, that allowed the anglers to choose their venue within a geographical area of Austin. A purse of $250,000 was awarded to American Carp Society member AL St Cyr for breaking the Texas State record. This competition received National news and local television coverage.

THE 2006 TEXAS CARP CHALLENGE COMPETITORS

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AL ST CYR PICTURED WITH HIS $250,000 WINNING COMMON CARP

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Press Release

 
 

SCOTT OSMOND WITH ONE OF HIS COMMON CARP CAPTURES THAT HELPED HIM WIN THE 'BIG FOUR' $25,000 PRIZE AT THE TEXAS CARP CHALLENGE.

SCOTT IS PICTURED HERE WITH AMERICAN CARP SOCIETY DIRECTOR, WAYNE BOON

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THE AMERICAN CARP SOCIETY HELD A CARP FISHING CLINIC, MEMBERSHIP DRIVE AND THE TCC AWARDS AT CABELAS IN BUDA, TEXAS.

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