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Carlymoomoo

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About Carlymoomoo

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    CarlyMooMoo
  • Birthday 06/09/1960

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  • Interests
    Carp Fishing... DUH!
    Guns and Shooting
    Wood and Metal Working

Previous Fields

  • Location
    Weatherford, Texas
  • Who Referred you?
    Neil Stern
  • Age range
    >50
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. Largest Texas Mirror?

    Same lake as mine?
  2. Largest Texas Mirror?

    Neil and I recently hit a little lake we discovered several years ago in hopes of catching a few of the larger fish that we know inhabit it's depths. Having probably my best session ever, I landed 4 fish that totalled over 112 pounds! Two were commons and two were mirrors. The largest, at 34 pounds even, being a mirror to boot, is my new PB. My question is, what's the largest mirror caught here in Texas that anyone knows of? I just want to know how close I came.
  3. Rigs galore!

    My go-to rig. Size 6 or 8 Fox Wide Gape X hook tied on a short section of coated hooklink with a short piece of heat shrink tubing.
  4. FFF 2017 - Register Here!

    Your name: Carl Norris Your CAG forum name: CarlyMooMoo Your state or province of residence: Texas The state or province of your FFF 2017 fishing venue, if it differs from your residence: Texas
  5. You know you're an addict when you have two refrigerators in your workshop just for storing corn, calf manna, layer mash, rabbit pellets, etc. You know you're an addict when you take a #2, and you pause and look back to see how long it takes to breaks down. Even worse, when you start wondering how you could alter your diet to slow down or speed up the breakdown. Of course, I've never done that... You know you're an addict when you're researching new waters, and you keep a browser window open with 4 tabs... One for a Google satellite view map, one with a Navionics water depth chart, one with your state's lake info listed, and one with a lake water level listing.
  6. FFF 2016 - REGISTER HERE!

    Carl Norris CarlyMooMoo Texas
  7. Quarterly Printed News Letter

    Sorry. Haven't been on the forum in a while. It's been a zoo around our shop the last couple of weeks and I don't have Internet at home. Have to sneak on he forum when my wife's not looking... She's the boss. The cheapest way by far to print them is in black ink, meaning the photos will be grayscale. Color gets really expensive, as you know printing the NACA. Some people print newsletters in red or blue ink, but to me photos look better in grayscale than in a solid color. Either individual 8.5" x 11" 2-sided copies stapled together or 11" x 17" sheets folded in half will work great. The folded 11" x 17" is also cheaper than the individual sheets and no stapling is required. Unfortunately, I don't have a "mail merge" program for the addressing, as we don't do any bulk mailing. But usually you can find local printers or bulk mailing places that specialize in that. Turnaround time should be only 3 or 4 days.
  8. OK you Sorry ARSES

    I'll give you the two mirrors... but don't you want a koi too?
  9. ATC 2015 Registered Teams

    You don't have to hold it for me August. I have plenty of space at home for it. But I do appreciate the offer though.
  10. Banquet Meals (please read)x

    Texas Brisket Platter for me. And a different sub for me each day. Can't wait!!!
  11. Neil, my daughter Brittany and granddaughter Raelyn hit the bank in Austin Saturday and met up with Keith Thompson, Kevin Olivier and several other of the Austin Carp Angler boys. Had a great time, despite the cold and wind. Keith gave a seminar to everyone on how to catch buffs. My daughter Brittany broke her old buffalo PB which now stands at 45# even (blowing mine out of the water!). Can't wait 'til the Austin Team Championship in 3 weeks. I'll be fishing with Neil (who by the way has put the whole shin-dig on for 7 or 8 years but has never actually got to fish in it!) Hope to see everyone there.
  12. WTB: Fox Eclipse Pod Bag

    Do what I did. Hit your local gun or sporting goods store and pick up a tactical case for an AR-15 rifle. Has plenty of padding, good quality zippers and tons of outside pockets for alarms, swingers, buzz bars, etc. Mine ran me about $50. Can't go wrong. Just measure the pod first and make sure the case will be long enough. The Eclipse pod is a little too long to fit in a lot of the generic rod pod cases.
  13. anyone from texas

    Neil and I are having a little fish-in near Waco this weekend. Several people will be there. Place is loaded with nice buffs. PM me if you're interested. I know it would be a long drive, but just thought I'd offer. A lot of experienced people will be there that would love to teach a newcomer.
  14. Dates for the 2015 ATC set

    I've went fishing 95 times in 4 years... How long can I still keep using the "beginner's luck" thing?
  15. just a newbie on the forum saying hi

    Don't forget most of the carp here in the US don't know what boilies are. Sometimes some boiled deer corn on the hair does the trick, at least until the carp get used to boilies.
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