$100k grand prize at stake in 100-hour fishing tournament on Connecticut River

It’s not an easy way to make $100,000, but it’s certainly impressive.

The Connecticut Carp Fishing Tournament kicked off on Monday, starting a 100-hour competition to catch the most carp.

Whichever angler breaks the current record of catching 43 pounds and 12 ounces of carp in the 100 non-stop hours–set by Michael Hudak, who is competing again this year–will win the grand prize, and people from across the country have traveled here to try their luck on the Connecticut River.


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