HomeNewsKentucky Carp Madness Tournament Twenty-one teams from Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee have signed up for the country’s first commercial fishing tournament for Asian carp. The Carp Madness Tournament is being held at Kentucky and Barkley lakes in Western Kentucky March 12-13. “We want people to come to this event so they can see the problem we’re dealing with in both of these lakes,” Brooks said. “We think people will be amazed by the size and quantity of these fish.” “Kentucky Afield” television host Tim Farmer will emcee the final tournament weigh-in at 7 p.m. (Central time) March 13 at the Kentucky Dam Marina ramp in Gilbertsville. The mission of the Kentucky Conservation Coalition is to organize outdoorsmen and women, conservation groups and their members so that their united voices can be heard on important issues impacting fish and wildlife management, wildlife-related recreation interests, and natural resource conservation in Kentucky. Our fishing, hunting, trapping, and natural resource conservation heritage is depending on it. We need to pass the things we hold dear to the next generation, and the time to act is now. To join the KCC and its many partners, including The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, please sign up for this FREE service by clicking here http://www.kycoalition.org.