Got 200 pounds of carp? Don't do this with it.
First of all, anyone who takes that many invasive carp out of any body of water deserves a medal. But unfortunately, physics kicked in and handed these poor folks a quick dose of reality. While it's not often that we see more fish than a boat can handle, you just had to see this coming.
Anyone who's tried climbing into a canoe, a kayak or another small craft knows how tippy they can be. And, they'll probably all attest to the fact that while you need some counter-balance, you still have to know the limit it can hold.
Enter three folks with good intentions and a Jon boat that just doesn't have the capacity for the weight they've netted. They won't have to worry about tipping over as much as simply submerging. Luckily, the water isn't very deep.
WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE
Posted by Fishingcrazy on Thursday, August 23, 2018
That was just too much hard work for them to have such bad luck. But, with the three of them in the boat and all that dead weight, something had to give.
Most of us were waiting for the boat to simply tip over, but when it came right down to it, well, it just came right down! That fellow taking the video did pretty well to just use the "S" word and nothing more.
In this situation, first you say it, then you do it!