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Re: Carp-fishing FAQ & Links (Beginners Info, Glossary, Euro Techniques, etc.) [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #7972938
09/09/12 02:49 PM
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I hadn't looked at this in awhile, I forgot what an awesome job bret did.


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Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #8648880
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Quality piece of presentation . What more could you want .


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Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #9065889
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I have been working on a lot of how to type videos if anyone is interested in watching. I know I have helped a few guys on the forum here and thought I would share. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask and I will reply back. Thanks for watching.. Brian

Beginners guide Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRjVVLRlij18vBHiL_qfrrjNIpQABWscj

Rigs Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRjVVLRlij1-YP0rTqb4XQyw743dO1xag

Pack Bait Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRjVVLRlij1-lg3_LkJkVKVBJCewQbNqU

Particle Prep Guide Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRjVVLRlij18E-StDuKfSbj2IfUtLg6Ag

I have plenty of other videos on my youtube channel found here. If you have any questions just shoot me a message and I will be glad to help you out with anything. http://www.youtube.com/user/bwingy

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Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #9066006
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Thanks Brian. I've watched a lot of your vids on Youtube and you do a great job of explaining things in a way that even the most green newbie can understand.

I remember when I first became interested in carp fishing, all the lingo and "Brit-isms" really threw me for a loop. In fact, it led to me putting off trying the Euro style until the next season and I continued just free-lining my bread and dough bait for the next year. If I had had videos like the ones you are making I may have made the Euro leap much sooner.


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Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Cyprinus] #9074365
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I appreciate the compliment! Any time I have ever done a video I always try to pretend the person watching has never even fished before so it is really explained and shows all of the details and tricks involved to make it work. It is a good feeling as well knowing you helped someone out and they got to enjoy carp fishing a little more than before. Thanks for watching!

Originally Posted By: Cyprinus
Thanks Brian. I've watched a lot of your vids on Youtube and you do a great job of explaining things in a way that even the most green newbie can understand.

I remember when I first became interested in carp fishing, all the lingo and "Brit-isms" really threw me for a loop. In fact, it led to me putting off trying the Euro style until the next season and I continued just free-lining my bread and dough bait for the next year. If I had had videos like the ones you are making I may have made the Euro leap much sooner.

Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #9763380
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I am trying to get into carp, specifically fly-fishing for them on Joe Pool Lake just south of Dallas. I have seen a lot of them rolling on the surface, but I have never targeted them before. My general plan is to just cast a small crayfish or nymph around the grass beds, or chum with corn and cast a small fly that looks like a corn kernel. Does anyone have any other good info I might be able to use, such as active hours, best water temps, seasonal patterns, specific feeding habits, depth ranges, spawning habits, structure that might hold them/how to locate them, etc? Any help is appreciated, thanks.

Bryan

Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #10165438
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Hot dog buns are the best bread in my experience I use a size 6 hook under hula hut and chum with chips

Re: Carp FAQ [Re: Smile-n-Nod] #12742528
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Thank you sir good info.

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