We've been talking about boats and fishing, here's a story I just found in national news. It's pretty sad! I've said it before, money makes people stupid!
I'll post a link to the story, and try to copy and paste the text. Put the kids outside and watch the video. https://www.foxnews.com/sports/lake-erie-fishing-tournament-ends-cheating-controversy
Lake Erie fishing tournament ends in cheating controversy
Fishermen have apparently been duping competitors over several recent events
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A fishing tournament on Lake Erie resulted in the champions getting caught for cheating.
Chase Cominsky and Jake Runyan were caught stuffing their fish at the Lake Erie Walleye Trail in Ohio on Friday with lead weights, fish fillets and other debris to take home a money prize for heaviest fish.
The tournament ruled the duo as winners after a weigh-in, but a voice in video from the event can be heard saying someone else's fish were larger than Cominsky's and Runyan's, leading to a debate.
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Someone decided to cut open one of the winners' fish and found a weight, causing absolute mayhem.
Lake Erie Walleye Trail in Ohio hosted the controversial tournament.
Lake Erie Walleye Trail in Ohio hosted the controversial tournament. (iStock)
They then proceeded to cut all of their fish and found something stuffed inside to make almost every one heavier.
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Lots of F-bombs were dropped toward the cheaters, and someone threatened to call police.
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The duo have been widely suspected of cheating in the past. It's rumored they have won six figures in several tournaments, although the exact numbers are not clear.
Fox News reached out to tournament director Jason Fischer for figures, but he has not responded.
The tournament director apologized on social media.
The tournament director apologized on social media. (iStock)
Fischer released a statement on the tournament's Facebook page Saturday.
"Disgusted guys and gals, Iím sorry for letting you down for so long and Iím glad I caught cheating taking place in YOUR LEWT at the same time Ö
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"I'm still at loss for words and for that I apologize Ö All LEWT anglers deserve better, I will take time and figure out how I can solidify the integrity of our sport here on Erie."