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Carp on the fly ~trinity river~ #12618540
02/09/18 02:11 PM
02/09/18 02:11 PM
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yo_my_name_is_alex Offline OP
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If anyone could give me any information on if they know of anywhere on the trinity between Fort Worth and Dallas that is full of carp (common or buffalo) that you can see them to throw a fly at them? Any information would be much appreciated!

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Re: Carp on the fly ~trinity river~ [Re: yo_my_name_is_alex] #12619163
02/09/18 08:32 PM
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The whole thing is chock full of carp and buff. Shouldn't be difficult to find. I fish the Elm Fork and see them all the time, they're not surfacing and in the shallows as much in the winter though so once it starts to warm up you can just walk the bank and find them.

Eric

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