Carp for Cancer
  |  First Published: November 2010

Despite an unfavourable weather forecast, 280 people registered for the Carp for Cancer event at Clifton on 18-19 September.

The comp saw an increase of approximately 55 competitors from last year with around 200 campers for the weekend. However, the total quantity of carp caught and measured was only 195, compared to 571 last year. The total accumulative measurement of carp was 77.07m with the longest measuring 735mm.

There was also a lot of yellowbelly caught and released (most undersize) which is evidence of the restocking effort by local Nobby Fishing Club.

All proceeds of the event are given to The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. The approximate figure raised is around $10,500.

There were many businesses that supported this year’s event with the major players being Warwick Outdoors & Sport; Frogley’s Offshore; Pure Fishing; Alvey; Plano; Fish-n-Bits, Toowoomba; Glenmar Fuels, Allora; Fishing Monthly Group; The Open Range, Toowoomba; Engel and Fishing DVD. – Colleen Kratzmann

Categoy Winners


Junior FemaleMonique Salzke 3960
Junior MaleNathan Kuhn2065
Senor FemalePam Farnell3040
Senior MaleDavid Wilson 4475
Longest CarpNathan Peacock735


The organisers (left to right): Graeme Higgs – Qld State Manager PCFA; Jacob Kratzmann, Luke Kratzmann, Colleen Kratzmann and Glenn Kratzmann.


Weekend winners (left to right): Nathan Peacock, Nathan Kuhn, David Wilson, Gabrielle Schemoineck (mystery length junior female), Bob Schemoineck (gate prize winner), Graeme Higgs (PCFA) and Pam Farnell.

Reads: 2930

Matched Content ... powered by Google

Latest Articles

Fishing Monthly Magazines On Instagram

Digital Editions

Read Digital Editions

Current Magazine - Editorial Content

Western Australia Fishing Monthly
Victoria Fishing Monthly
Queensland Fishing Monthly