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  1. What are Bfers? And does your feed corn have black lines on it like mine? I have yet to catch a carp on feed corn and was wondering it the feed corn I got wasn't up to quality.
  2. Two PBs busted in one session!

    Awesome! Still stuck on my PB.
  3. I'll be sure to check out those spots on google earth. I hate how prebaiting provides such an advantage but often times the water your going to fish is too far out of the way to drive there and back everyday (at least for me). The closest decent body of water for carp fishing from my house is 30 minutes. All others are 45 minute to 1+hour drives.
  4. I'm a Michigander and I really want to try carp fishing in the great lakes but I don't know where to start. I'm just baffled at the size of them when ever I'm there or looking at it on Google Earth and it's pretty intimidating. Do I simply go up on the sandy beach and just cast out? Or should I fish rivers/canals that are very close, and connected to the great lakes or other inlets with a much faster drop off? Any advice?
  5. A quick introduction and my PB carp

    That's so cool! I've wanted to be a fisheries biologist. What is it like?
  6. What are Some Good Carp Waters in Ohio?

    I was planning on going the 27th. Let me know how the fish in goes and post some pictures.
  7. What are Some Good Carp Waters in Ohio?

    Was that 57 pound carp you saw a common or a grass, and do you know if was it killed or not?
  8. What are Some Good Carp Waters in Ohio?

    I'll drive 45 min but I'll drive an hour or more if it's like amazing. So far I got Nimisila Reservoir, North Reservoir (Portage Lakes) on my mind. But if we just catch a bunch of dink carp there because it's overpopulated with them I'd like to have a backup plan to maybe catch a +20 lb carp.
  9. So I'm going to go visit my friend in Ohio and he's never been fishing and he wants to go carp fishing with me. I've never been to Ohio but I have looked around on google earth at some potential carp waters but have no idea how good they are. I'm looking for a nice place to take a first time angler so the area can't be too challenging of a water but ideally it should still have some decent sized fish in it. Can anybody recommend any good carp fishing waters in Ohio? Thanks!
  10. So I recently purchased a WaterWolf underwater camera for carp fishing and I did my first test last weekend (09-10-17). Where I live in Michigan, the water was 66 degrees F and this was the first time I tried using boiled feed corn over sweet corn. I made a mix of fish pellets, feed corn, and garbanzo beans. I was amazed to see how many carp were swimming around my baited area but none of them were feeding. They were all very small for the lake I fish and I know that when the carp are on the heavy spring/fall/post spawn feed you don't see very many small ones around, at least where I'm at. I have a few proposals on why they weren't feeding: 1. They didn't like the feed corn - I figured if the bullheads and turtles didn't eat it (and they eat anything) then why would the carp like it? But why wouldn't they like it? 2. The water is still too warm for the fall feeding spell. 3. They weren't confident (maybe because of the camera) 4. They weren't hungry (I find that hard to believe) If you guys could watch my video and give me some feedback on why they weren't eating that would be greatly appreciated. Please skip to 2:18, that's where the first carp shows up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOLBLKjnVDc