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Discussion in 'LOCAL PENNSYLVANIA TALK' started by Blacky, Jan 13, 2010.
Post your favorite carp fishing pictures here.
Tan, get yourself over to the Pymatuning spillway.
Mississippi River, tip of wing dike, night crawler.
Skuke Berks County night crawler 25" no scale medium rod and reel 12# test line
My first big fish of 2009, in April.
And my first big fish of 2010, in January.
I'm tossing on a few Carp pictures with my daughters! :good: However I suspect Tan don't want POSITIVE Carp photos in this thread! :dont-know: :sad:
The whole picture attaching thing is now different! I couldn't figure it out! Will try again tomorrow!
Embrace the carp Tan.The carp is our friend!:yin-yang::worship::hypnotized::yin-yang:
Tan you the man i want to get into bow fishing to kill two birds with one stone thin out the carp and get bait plus it looks like a ton of fun got my ol deer killer bow just got to set her up as a carp killer o yea
Get them pics up Scott! I don't care what Tan says, I love catchin the big buglemouths. They are the biggest fish in the river up here. If we had the flatheads..........Well..........I might think differently!:dont-know:
You could probably get 5 fish with one shot!:Happy:
It took me a while to figure the new format too. But you will eventually figure it out!
It's actually fun. I like all kinds of fishing and am willing to try it once even if it's trotlining, noodling, jugs, limblining, and bank sets. I'd give my right nut to go spoonbill snagging!
glad too see another bowfisher. Tan you surprize me. dont know if id give up on of my goobers to snag a spoonbill. thats extreme.
I love bottom fishing in general. And I love catfishing. BUT I have no clue how to target carp/what bait and stuff like that. My friend caught a nice one 25 lbs around where I live on corn? lol sounds like pa trout fishing to me
Early in the spring is when I usually caught them on nightcrawlers but did catch 6 in one outing on corn at Blue Marsh Lake they literally eat anything.
Not large for a carp but caught this one below the Kernsville Dam falls on the Skuke in 2009.
Eich can tell you a few things about carpfishing.
A can of corn is all you need, a little to chum and a few pieces on a hook. Once they find it they go on a frenzy trying to scarf it up quick.
Except I've never caught a 25lb trout in PA :disapointed: