‘Call the police!’ Fishing tournament turns into a frenzy over cheating

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If you think about the last month Chess Grandmaster Anal Bead conspiracy saga the worst that could happen in a sporting competition, I have bad news for you. The boisterous world of competitive sport fishing now has a controversy of its own after competitors at a tournament in Ohio were caught stuffing their catches with heavy lead balls and artificially increasing their weight. Nothing is sacred anymore.

Last week’s fishing competition, Ohio’s Lake Erie Walleye Trail Tournament, was marred by controversy after viewers discovered that fisherman Jacob Runyan was successful: stuffing his walleye catch to the gills with lead balls and commercial fish fillets. Before the scandal, Runyan and his fishing partner Chase Cominsky were considered some of the best anglers in the sport. corresponding Cleveland.com. Now his entire legacy is under scrutiny.

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CNN— which might qualify for the headline “Ohio tournament cheating scandal rocks fishing world” for a Pulitzer — reported that Jason Fischer, the tournament director, was suspicious of Runyan at first if its catch of Zander fish weighed seven pounds. Typically known colloquially as yellow pike, this freshwater fish weighs four pounds wet. After slicing into the bellies of Runyan’s catch, fishermen, the crowd of spectators, and the other participants discovered a treasure trove of lead and extra fish meat found in each of their bellies. To shame.

“Where’s your crown now?” shouted one person in the crowd.

“I mean, we all bloody well knew,” remarked one guy who seemed to know Runyan didn’t suck.

“He needs to go to jail,” said another outraged viewer.

Runyan and his partner Cominsky were fighting for a prize pool of around US$28,760, made up of the entry fees from competing fishermen. But once the template was ready, those present reacted in kind to the smearing of the nautical competition. Cops were called, a lot of “motherfuckers” were uttered, and CNN reported that the matter escalated further to an open investigation by the Cuyahoga County Attorney’s Office.

Fisher tells CNN that Runyan and Cominsky are banned from ever participating in future Lake Erie Walleye Trail tournaments. It’s about time if Cuyahoga prosecutors find Runyan Gill-t on fishing crime charges, but this video looks pretty crystal clear he did it…admittedly.

https://kotaku.com/walleye-trail-fishing-tournament-ohio-cheating-lead-bal-1849611715 ‘Call the police!’ Fishing tournament turns into a frenzy over cheating

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