mark and i were out today and the carp were everywhere. one lady did take a few of them but she only wanted the little ones.we each shot one that was around 25 pounds and the rest were 15 to 20 pounders.when we first walked up mark saw one that would eclipse the state record ( in the 45 pound range ) but it is next to impossible to connect from the bridge.with all of the carp swimming everywhere it was hard for KILLERS like us to decide which ones should live and which ones should die!!! it was really funny but there was about 40 people fishing in the same area for steelhead(another trash fish) and not one of them said one bad thing.as a matter of fact we got more people coming up and pointing out areas where the fish were swimming so they could see us shoot them .as a matter of fact most of the places they were pointing these fish out happened to be in BARRELS!!! it is always nice to be shooting them in a barrel. lol haha
Well went by my first spot that i usually see carp at. The spill way water is running pretty good now but water is looking good but no fish yet will try it again this weekend with warmer temp. might bring some up.
Took the boat out on the River Sat. night....It was WAY too muddy and all we saw was one V and one jumper....everything on the boat ran good though and the only casualty for the night was my white night light which I sheared off on a overhanging tree.....
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