Record breaking carp caught in North Dakota.


    This monster 31-pound, nine-ounce carp was taken by Derek Barnick by bow and arrow out of Lake Etta-Alkaline on April 21, 2017. It measured a whopping 36 inches long. It beat the previous record by 9 ounces, which was caught in 2003 by Austin Loberg of Thompsonout on the Sheyenne River.


    Bow fishing for carp is growing in popularity nationwide especially during the summer months. Records are being broken across most states over the past few years. Grab that bow and go fishing for carp, and maybe you'll come up with a new state record! If you're wanting to get started with bowfishing - here's a great site we came across called bowsite