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possum

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    nobody special

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    Big Carp

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    Morgantown W.Va
  • Who Referred you?
    Hillbilly
  • Age range
    >50
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  1. First 30 is always special! very nice fish!
  2. My sincerest condolences Ol Capt to you and your family. May he rest in peace and drink from the River of Everlasting Life
  3. Find a kid they will fix it in about 3 seconds for you.
  4. Just saw this! My heart is saddened, Franklin was one of the good guys! RIP Franklin
  5. Sticky sharp will catch you more carp! Savayman's info is absolutely right! Check them after every reeling in to rebait and every catch, sharpen or change them as needed.
  6. Very nice! I got Georgia on my mind! Was stationed in Georgia in the Army, loved the place!
  7. Hooked up with Dunkel yesterday for a day of river carp fishing. We managed 13 carp from 8am to 5pm. Caught them on a variety of things. Awesome Possum Corn, Homemade peanut butter boilies, Dunkels Steamies, Cinnamon corn, Grape, Apple Whiskey corn, XXX Red Peach puff. Everything we threw yesterday work except the coconut boiles. .They ranged in size from 5-6lb runt to all the rest from 15-20 1/2lbs. Met a guy who was looking for carping help, we gave him pack, pickups and Hooks on leaders and sinkers. Hopefully he'll come here and visit! Hey we tried!
  8. I'd set up so I could fish A and B at same time. maybe set 2 rods to each direction. If I had to chose one over the other to start I'd probably fish B and adjust as nessasary. Chum and they will come!
  9. Its always fun when a new swim pays off. Looks like you hit a gold mine!
  10. Nice assortment of fish, looks like a good time!
  11. Appears to be a common. Ghost are crosses between Commons and Koi and have kind of a skull pattern on there faces
  12. possum

    Soak time

    Usually 2-3hrs
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