After a lot of preparing and waiting I found my way down to Kingston to meet with other carpers and catch some good fish. I planned to sleep in a cot beside the rods but a storm spoiled that plan so I had to rely on my alarms and sleep in the car. On friday night I managed a fish weighing 13lbs but during the overnight I had about 9 runs, 5 hookups, 3 of those broke off on a snag and 2 came off near the bank. It was late so I was tired and probably making mistakes playing them in the pouring rain standing on slippery rocks but come morning things would change. Morning brought more anglers an many more fish to the bank. The guys from Georgia were tearing the carp up from the boat ramp and on down the bank we were doing good as well. I ended up with around 9 fish that I took to the landing mat and a few Buffs and small carp that I unhooked in the water, and although I did no find a 20lber I came close with an 18 and hooked a monster that played with me before breaking off and escaping. The guys from Georgia, 5 of them, brought in 532lbs of carp in 24 hours, plus the weight of all the other fish made this rainy day special. Here is a link to the slideshow done by a fellow angler. http://s4.photobucket.com/albums/y111/olcaptain/KIngstonMarch08/?action=view¤t=04ede495.pbw And here are some pics I took, or others did.