Thursday, December 29, 2005

Some Fishermen Lie Worse Than Others

The Union Tribune tells us how some anglers are lying about their catch and getting in deep trouble. As tournament fishing becomes big business with big payouts some anglers are cheating to get ahead. The cheating has even found it's way into some of the national contests. "In Louisiana, Missouri angler Paul Tournamen was charged with felony contest fraud after admitting to tying six bass to stumps before the start of the Nov. 10-12 Red River Bassmaster Central Open." The price for getting caught can be stiff with anglers being banned from events for life and even charged with criminal fraud. Sounds like another case for some lake side retribution. Does anyone know how to keelhaul someone on a Bass Tracker?

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