The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
What is the biggest feature on any lake, whether the lake's big or intimate? Some might argue it's an island or a number of other significant features; however, for me, it has to be the lake's perimeter, its margins. Here's why...
L’ Amur o carpa erbivora proveniente dal fiume Amur nella Siberia orientale dal quale ne prende il nome è un pesce che fu introdotto per la prima volta in Italia negli anni sessanta, allo scopo di arginare il problema dell’abbondanza nelle acque interne della vegetazione acquatica.
This gave around 30 carp anglers including myself the opportunity to raise money for a great cause as well as the chance to get on the bank for a weekend of competitive angling.
In my last Blog about glugged SuperSoft Pellets I wrote as follows.
I caught her today weighing 65lb 8oz...A new personal best. Baiting strategy, as always, comprised SuperSoft Pellets, SuperNut paste and Liquid Robin Red-laced hemp seed (among other bits and pieces). She was a big old girl...
A few small tweaks to try and get the edge needed to unlock what has been a very difficult water producing no more than a handful of carp since the last week in October. This needs to be small but effective as I didn't want the carp getting preoccupied from over baiting the swim.