I'm going carping maybe tomorrow, but for sure Monday and Tuesday next week. Gonna be using breadballs, nightcrawlers, homemade doughball w/strawberry Jell-O, and maybe Green Giant corn. This is going to be below Ft. Loudoun Dam on the lock side. I'm pretty sure it's rocky with rip rap, but the water should be fairly calm. Right now I'm getting ready to rig my rods, what type of set up do I need? I'm thinking size #6 treble hooks for the doughballs and bread, but maybe they will hang up in the rocks. I will make sure to get the hooks covered well. Any suggestions on rigs? Three way swivel rig? Carp are more likely to pick it up and drop it when they feel the weight. Carolina rig? More to my liking. Is a circle hook best if I'm not using trebles? If the water is calm, I may not even use a sinker. I'm getting ready to research these hair rigs everyone's talking about. There's a ton of carp fishing sites out there. The grass carp in the photo below was caught by one of my friends at my girlfriend's workplace. It weighed 20 lb, 8 oz. was 34" long. Matthew, don't know if you see this, but I know you won't mind me putting it on here. He was targeting carp that day, I was fishing for bluegill and bass. There's some channel cats in there too, but they hit better at night.