All those canals hold carp just have to walk and find them - I have also caught them off the cement wall across from the high school
Sage advice. Carp stalking generally requires covering a lot of ground and looking for the signs of active fish. Look for tails, bubbles and silt clouds. If you spot something, be patient and be prepared to wait awhile watching for signs. Covering several miles of shoreline with multiple stops watching a stretch of bank for 3-5 minutes is pretty typical for me. It's pretty rare that I can't get shots at a number of fish. You'll be surprised how many carp you see when you are patient and looking for them, they are indeeed all over.