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About Sal

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  • Birthday 05/16/1977

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    I'm still looking for the "Jurassic Carp"
    Supported by: http://www.sistemasdefachadas.com

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  • Location
    Morelia / Michoacán
  • Who Referred you?
    an old carp in a river
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  1. Sal

    Naca Q4 Cover Shot Contest

    Nice, I'm sure we'll have a lot of great shoots from all you guys!
  2. Somebody stop Mario Kok!

  3. Sal

    New Mexican record on Flyrod

    Amazing fish, amazing capture!!! congratulations for this new record Luis!! Sal...ami
  4. Sal

    First US-Mexican event

    Agree with that Mario, I found more convenient March- April personally preffer windy conditions than snowballs A poll woud be perfect for that
  5. Sal

    Finally, a Mexican biggy...

    I' don't wanna see how it smels like but I'm pretty sure smells like a succes
  6. Sal

    Finally, a Mexican biggy...

    Oscar, That sounds like a date
  7. Sal

    Finally, a Mexican biggy...

    40+ felt like, Mario. That fish is now owner of my dreams and nigthmares Here a few more pics.
  8. Sal

    Finally, a Mexican biggy...

    "Finally, a Mexican biggy..." says Mario, and you should have seen him arriving to base camp! his face was like illuminated for the goodes, with the sould totally satisfied, finally reaching a that 15 kg. goal. What-a-trip!! I found friends who have the same passion and dedication for carpfishing, the same feeling that I have while looking quietly the calm water, people that have the same respect to life and nature as me (even for rabits) This lake has really big surprises under it's waters, and this first oportunity to fish there was enougth to hook me to go back and get a nice 20 kilos, It feels like a totally "untouched" lake, were we can start baiting to our own techinques and have really good results. Fish are huge and healty andit's our responsability to keep them like this. As for techinques, it was very constructive because I could share, learn and try ohter stuff, we even had a session for kick-ass inventions that prooved to be very efective in the action and I got my new mirror pb with that beauty 11kgs ! so, what else can you ask for? Now some pics: Lionless Lake ....
  9. Sal

    La Yerbabuena;

    Mario, just for curious... Any one common? all mirrows?? and, also, did you got small ones, tilapia or cats?
  10. Fantastic!!! I love to use 4Lb test for carp, just looove those fights like a nuclear submarine. When the conditions are nie or controlled, it's my first gear option. This last one was closely 12 lbs in a #4 Lbs. Reel: Mitchel Avocet Gold AV-G 500 Rod: Daiwa Procaster UL 5,5' Line: Izorline flurocarbon #4 (First time I ussed it, I usually use YoSuri hibrid #4)
  11. Sal

    La Yerbabuena;

    GREAT!!! Congratulations for that great trip and all the fish you catch, I can't wait to hear details about weights and new flavors. Also, I remember some cube boilies, is that rigth???
  12. Sal

    Hair rig help

    I actually use 20Lb Dacron (I'know, I'now.... it's old, nobody use it now) but I don't care. It works great as it has excelent natural moviment and is extremely easy to knot.
  13. Hi Jose Luis, I'm agree a boat is the best way, also it could be useful for leave a floating mark (boya) were you bait is spread, and know the deep of the water. I just saw a little kayak at wallmart and Mega (Comercial Mexiacana) for 28 dolars including pump. Is a little investment but is going to help-a-lot if your'e looking for big ones. Sal...udos
  14. Sal

    packbait for new carpers

    SWMO, Masa harina! you know it! LOL I mean corn flour, the one you use to make chilaquiles or chimichangas LOL It's flour made by corn, maize, maiz. Obviusly here in Mx is easy to find as beer ;D I had found that this flour is more powerfull than wheat flour, even for boilies I can explain you more if needed Sal