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Carp Fishing

Fri May 06, 2011 9:13 am

Never know what you will find on a business related web site. I like to fish for carp but have never thought to try the methods used in the following video.

http://blogs.forbes.com/monteburke/2011 ... p-hunters/

Re: Carp Fishing

Fri May 06, 2011 5:14 pm

Looks like a good way to shred/stab yourself. Some people.....:( Below is what I prefere!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IflkFD25nD4

Re: Carp Fishing

Sat May 07, 2011 1:33 pm

Eugene's looks like more fun but I'd get an itch and end up hurting myself. A shotgun would be neat if nobody else was around. Grump

Re: Carp Fishing

Sat May 07, 2011 7:49 pm

The 2nd video was a great video. I enjoy fly fishing also. This am I was in the ocean at 4:45 am and managed 4 stripped bass. All 4 were to small but game one the big ones should be in very soon. I love salt water fishing!!

Re: Carp Fishing

Sun May 08, 2011 9:14 am

wfmdfm wrote:The 2nd video was a great video. I enjoy fly fishing also. This am I was in the ocean at 4:45 am and managed 4 stripped bass. All 4 were to small but game one the big ones should be in very soon. I love salt water fishing!!


I think I'd love the fishing opportunities in your neck of the woods. My fishing equipment had been put away for about 30 years before being dusted off recently. Fly fishing is something my older brother has been nudging me about for years and I finally gave in....glad I did. Went to the Buckeye Bamboo Bash in Butler.OH yesterday. Saw a lot of beautiful bamboo fly rods, but the Clear Fork water was up to high to attempt any fishing. I am hoping to pick up an angling kayak soon :-:-): to help me with my new "mini addiction". Not giving up the Cubs though. Will have the blade off and the Mott mower on/operating before the day is out......"now where did I put that darn Mott belt last fall"? :) Sorry for the ramble.
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