CarpSlam IX 9/12/2015 appeared to be set up for perfect conditions. 9AM flow was 113 by 5PM it was 128. A truck at a construction site in draw around 11th Ave caused a very large mud event to enter the South Platte upstream of Milehigh. All the Slamateurs were skunked in the AM. Trevor found interesting water to land his first. Cody booked the largest carp of the tournament on the Alameda beat. In the afternoon the Slamateurs matched the Pros 5 carp to 5 carp with rookies scoring fish. Total inches of fish caught were the highest
Fund Raising : 1st Place: Scott Demoss $2,306 2nd Place: Frank Wilson – $1,650 !!! Over $1,000 Dzifa Glymin, Shawn Coulter and Joe Marr …. Slamateurs raised over $14,943.
Alan Rivoir won the Orvis Helios rod by raising $8,000. Slamateurs together raised over $23,000.
Reed Baker (not Reid Baker) won the rooftop fly casting contest with a score of 010110 on 5 casts.
See Will Rice’s recap of 2013. Click Here.
Scott Demoss (Slamateur lands 2 in Carp Slam 7) and Dave Luna (Winner of the 201o Carp Slam & Open Event) WIN !!!
Doug Long wins the Fund Raiser with $1,720 narrowly beating out once again, Will Rice. Slamateurs raised a total 0f $9,219.21 for the Denver South Platte aquatic habitat restoration.
Doug Long wins the Slamateur Fundraising with a total of $2,068 !!!! Slamateurs raised a total of $8,518.
|2011 168cfs||Place||Amateur||Pro||Inches of Carp|
|1||Trevor Tanner||Clint Packo||111.75|
|2||Michael Gracie||Barry Reynolds||81|
|3||Nathan Davis||Luke Bever||72.75|
|2010 280cfs||1||Phil Beranto||David Luna||29|
|2||Justin Clark||Barry Reynolds29||29|
|3||Tony Kay||Chris Galvin|
|1||Tyler Kendricks||David Luna|
|2||Matt Nery||Kevin Nichols|
|3||Jake McKittrick||Barry Reynolds|
|2009 220cfs||1||Tyler Steward||Rob Kolanda||131|
|2||Michael Gracie||Barry Reynolds||55|
|3||Paul Gaeke||Matt Snider|
|Largest carp||Luke Bever||30|
2008 Who was the Slamateur Winner? Send me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your answer for a special prize. Pro Winner was Rob Kolanda.
2007 – Slamateur – Jeff Byrd Pro – Clem Rinehart FIRST YEAR.