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#11212905 - 11/08/15 02:53 PM Carp in Local Pond tips
willythewhale Offline
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Registered: 10/31/15
Posts: 1
There are 5-6 huge carp in my local pond, along with a 1-3 koi. How should I catch them? I'm a complete beginner in carp fishing..

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#11213787 - 11/08/15 09:36 PM Re: Carp in Local Pond tips [Re: willythewhale]
whiterockjesse Offline
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Registered: 02/13/03
Posts: 6897
Loc: a dumpster at white rock lak...
http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/3797276/Carp-fishing_FAQ_&_Links_%28#Post3797276


Edited by whiterockjesse (11/08/15 09:38 PM)
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2014 totals
carp-147
koi-6
buffs-86
l/m bass - 11
channel cats -46Drum- mirrors- mudcat- crappie -

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#11218452 - 11/11/15 11:01 AM Re: Carp in Local Pond tips [Re: willythewhale]
ftwfishing Offline
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Registered: 10/15/15
Posts: 94
Loc: Fort Worth TX Eagle Mtn Lake
try corn or bread weightless or weighted with a split shot
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#11226678 - 11/16/15 09:07 AM Re: Carp in Local Pond tips [Re: willythewhale]
fiSherwood Offline
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Registered: 01/02/07
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Loc: Dallas
Invite me along and I'll show you how! :b
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#11301785 - 12/24/15 12:18 PM Re: Carp in Local Pond tips [Re: willythewhale]
Daniel Mtanous Offline
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Registered: 09/08/15
Posts: 212
Loc: Desoto,Texas
Easy rig here.

Barrel weight, barrel swivel, tie a leader at least 8 inches or more. Small treble for doughbaits; straight shank for worms or vegetable bait.

Use some nightcrawlers, corn, or a dough bait. They sell strawberry flavored dough bait at walmart.

You can make an easy bait by using flour and big red or strawberry soda. Stiffen with bread.

You can even try marshmallows and peas.

A good set up with that rig is some marshmallows and nightcrawlers. Put your marshmallows on first. They make the worm float off the ground in case the bottom of your lake is full of leaves or vegetation.

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