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I'm sure there is some guys on here that like the tug of a carp on the end on there line . Here is some motivation for you .
I have only caught two carp so far one was on a Clouser crayfish and the other one was on a woolly bugger .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fu3OfE3Mh_4

http://www.hatchesmagazine.com/shop/u ... -poor-man-s-bonefish.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEODSPWOxxA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q93GIpCkeWA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS1VuAjR88U

Posted on: 2010/1/4 16:07
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I have brown lined many many times, but have yet to target carp.

Interesting stuff. I'm gonna give it a shot this year at some point.

Posted on: 2010/1/4 16:24


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Nice vids!
This year I'm going to target carp in the Susquehanna. The smallmouth bass have decreased big time, but the carp are thriving.
A 8wt with lead eye buggers and this year I'm getting a solo canoe or a yak.
Someone said, I think it was Whitlock, that carp are the last frontier for the fresh water fly rodder.
I see that Bob Clouser is targeting carp rather than the smallmouth. I guess his charters will now be "the freshwater bonefish" with a flyrod.
Carp are bigger, much more plentiful, they will hit a fly with gusto.... even in the daytime, and they don't mind the pollution that much.
Come on spring.

Posted on: 2010/1/5 0:11


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Ive started targetting carp last summer. The perk over in oaks pa has a huge population of them. Ive yet to get close enough to target them with flies, but they are such a fun fight. Heres an old clip i took from a few years ago trying to sneak up on a few.


Posted on: 2010/1/5 19:45
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Try the Raystown , they cruise , so it's sight fishin , they come up for an ant just like a big ol brown trout , catch em till your arm hurts , gotta keep em outta the brush down below , lots of fun and lots of fish.

Posted on: 2010/1/6 7:14


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Nice video Mute that is the same area I caught my first one watching it brings back memories of the day I caught it and hearing my drag scream hehe

Posted on: 2010/1/6 15:57
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here's a good thread and fly I like to use as well.

http://ultralightflyfishing.yuku.com/ ... t/A-hot-day-for-carp.html

Posted on: 2010/2/8 18:47






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