IBCC 2022 – Day 3 – Minute by minute

Follow the events of the VII. IBCC minute by minute. We’ll be reporting the details of the competition on our website. We’ll be near the most important events and then from 23th April, we’ll provide live broadcast during the period of the competition from our studio on the site!

The competitors have gone a long way during the night! We have reached a total catch of 5 tons, and the large bodied Balaton carp have finally showed up. There was one over 25, two over 20, and many over 15. Currently the leader is KerioBaits with a total catch of 173 kg. Our top 5 competition is led by xeisCarp with 77.71kg.
Unfortunately there’s another yellow card. The SHB HOVORKA & STRNAD AUTO & STARBAITS TEAM left their sector, and they received a 12 hour ban. We ask all teams to stay inside their own sector.
It’s happened! We’ve crossed 6 tons, the competitors have caught exactly 6,354kg of fish. That includes 642 common carp and 60 mirror carp. The biggest fish caught so far is a 26.65kg common carp, caught by the GyS Carp Crew team. Congratulations!

Our crews are going around on the lake all day, preparing materials for tonight’s show, as we would like to show you as many catches as possible. The weather is beautiful, Balaton is showing its nicer side. Currently there are no storm warnings for any of the basins. The total catch is getting close to 7 tons.

Let’s take a closer look at the current results of IBCC VIII. The main competition is led by KerioBaits with 216.49kg, in second place is Trakker Team with 212.26kg, and in the third place on the podium is Carp Servis Václavík with 180kg. The top 5 competition continues to be led by xeisCarp with 77.71kg.


Check out our continually updated gallery on our new website. The weather is showing its nicer side, there are no storm warnings in any of the basins, so the teams can safely use their boats. Until now, 744 common carp and 77 mirror carp have been caught by the competitors. https://ibcc.hu/en/galeriak/2022-2/

Balaton is still nicely giving us large bodied fish for the IBCC VIII competitors. Tomorrow a cold front is forecast, so we ask all teams to prepare during the night and monitor storm warning equipment. Our photographer colleagues are out on the shore the whole time to record the all the nice catches.