A couple of fishermen from Washington City, Utah found themselves competing against one another back in 2018 in a well-known bass fishing tournament. Robert Dennett and Kamron Wootton were competing for the top prize of $2,500 for catching the five heaviest fish in two days. So they turned in their fish on the first day and found themselves in second place. However, judges noticed something was wrong. It seems the fish the submitted looked nothing like the fish everyone else was catching. Turns out, these two snuck in fish that they had caught at a different location earlier in the week. They were both disqualified both were charged with felony bribery or threat to influence a contest, plus some misdemeanor wildlife charges.