2021 US Freshwater National Spearfishing

 

USA hosts its Biggest Freshwater Nationals in many years.

Despite COVID and an Easter weekend, the Copper State Freedivers of Arizona, hosted their first Freshwater National event in the Lake Pleasant, Arizona region on April 3.

Close to 90 divers, in 2 divisions: Mens and Mixed took 2643 fish in the 7 hour event. Legal species included Stripers, Shad, and Carp all were unlimited take as the lake is trying to reclaim the water for sports fish. Many fish were donated to the local Large Reptile rehab center, the largest in the Nation – Phoenix Herpetological Sanctuary.

  • 9 divers shot over 100 fish;
  • Top diver in the Nation is Kelston McGuire of Colorado, with 147, that’s a fish every 2.45 minutes for 6+ hours non stop;
  • Top team shot 264 fish, Fernando Gutierrez and Darvil McBride, from Southern California;
  • Top Mixed doubles all came from Utah: #1 Shelby & Ryan Peterson, #2 Kenny & Maya Western, #3 Clay Palmer & Mike Kennedy;
  • Top Women were #1 Shelby Peterson, #2 Maya Western, #3 Mitsuki Hara.

 

**Thanks to all the great sponsors who keep these events alive**

More Freshwater events at www.rockymountainspearfishing.org

and details on the World Freshwater Event this year at FreshwaterWorlds.com

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