New record set for largest carp caught in North Dakota

Published: May. 1, 2017 at 11:20 AM CDT
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A Tappen man now has bragging rights for the largest carp in North Dakota.

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says Derek Barnick shot this 31 pound, 9 ounce common carp with a bow and arrow at Lake Etta-Alkaline April 21.

The fish beat the old record by 9 ounces held by Austin Loberg of Thompson.

Loberg reeled that one in from the Sheyenne River in 2003.

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