So I now know how to "catch" one of those dang asian carp after he jumps into your boat. But how else do you all catch them? Where do you look and what is your procedure for getting them? I was told that you can sort of "herd" them toward the shore by motoring along slowly in slack water and then toss the net once you see their wakes out in front of you. Didn't get to try that out completely last weekend, since the one jumping into the boat took care of our bait needs for the day. Surely you all don't rely on them jumping in the boat every time, do you?? Do you freeze the leftover bait or use only fresh meat on every trip? I'm thinking that vacuum-packing the meat and freezing it should preserve the freshness about as good as possible. And how do you all prepare them for use? Skin on or off? White meat or red meat? Soak them in the fish's blood? I learned to stay out of the gut cavity when filleting them. That's just plain nasty in there.