Question by Connor : Tips and Tricks carp fishing ? There was a giant fish arounf my wading pond for a while. I rarely see. Today, I saw a carpe.Il finanly it is at least 20 pounds and 36 inches long.Je do not know much about catching carp if someone can give me some good advice on how to catch this guy perhaps (altho I almost do not want too, it’s like he is so big that you love rather than daring to take lol). What kind of pole do I need ? What lb test line do I need? What type of bait / lures they usually go for? Any info you can give me is a response grandeMerciMeilleure : Answer Backwater
This is a big fish
. I caught a carp £ 5 today. You MUST brake a smooth, especially for a carp of this size. If it is not smooth, does not even use it. A pop-jerky erratic wants to drag the line on a big fish at times. You can get away with a line if you have a smooth slide and there is not much cover around. £ 10 £ 12 or low vis-GREEN Berkley Big Game. Any rod as long as it is through the action will do. Rig a piece of corn on a hook 4 and a small split-Baitholder shot and see if you get it. better known? Leave your own answer in the comments!
Casting off - The Queanbeyan Age
Casting offThe Queanbeyan Age... Googong,” he said. “It's not necessarily that easy to catch fish there but it's a beautiful environment. “The Queanbeyan River itself has reasonable fishing and the Murray Cod and Golden Perch are making a comeback as the carp slowly get weeded out.
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