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Bryan/College Station Carp #13292917 09/25/19 05:23 PM
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I've recently been targeting carp a lot in the DFW area, but am now down in College Station. Looking to find some spots to sight cast to some commons. Any recommendations?


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Re: Bryan/College Station Carp [Re: Alaskan_Aggie] #13293186 09/25/19 10:23 PM
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I fly fish more than most but don't target carp that often on the fly. A big reason is most of the creeks are very dirty that feed into the Brazos and Navasota rivers. So sight casting areas around Brenham aren't that plentiful. Maybe others in College station can help you out. Welcome to the forum.

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Re: Bryan/College Station Carp [Re: Alaskan_Aggie] #13293574 09/26/19 01:47 PM
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I would personally try further west for sight casting opportunities. Most streams I know along the I-35 corridor are fairly clear and chock full of bugle mouths. Also in the spring most of the lakes will flood up into grass at some point and the carp love to spawn on in that type of water. I know at least here on Belton and Stillhouse lakes that is the case. I think Lake Somerville would be closer to you and would offer similar possibilities.

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