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  1. Your name: Kevin Aspinwall Your CAG forum name: Sorter Your state or province of residence: Washington State Fishing in Washington State.
  2. Thanks for the info Cannonball. I saw your other thread from awhile back before posting this, its a shame really. But I guess according to some estimates the total number of Carp Anglers in the US ranges from between 4000-20000 so I understand why manufacturers are not producing them when its likely only a tiny fraction of these anglers are interested in custom rods of this sort. It might even be cheaper to import for a company and forego the development of a mandrel, and the research that goes into making a new rod. Especially when the market is going to probably be sub 200 rods any given year in the US.
  3. Public comments have been published. http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/rule_proposals/policy.php?id=10
  4. Any one aware of any retailers, or manufacturers in the United States that sell Carp Rod Blanks. IE 12'-14'. 2-4 piece rods, that are rated to cast up to 4 ounces?
  5. The Actual Wording of the proposed rule changes have been released: http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/rule_proposals/rule.php?id=7 http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/rule_proposals/wac/Statewide Bait Rules WAC.PDF
  6. The WDFW is taking public input in regards to a policy proposal to eliminate the prohibition of chumming and allow it statewide. They will be taking public comment until November 30th. As of now, only a handful of lakes in Washington allow chumming. This policy change would also clear up any grey areas in regards to the use of method leads, or PVA bags. If you fish for Carp in Washington State, I would highly suggest you provide some feedback for them. You can do so here: http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/rule_proposals/policy.php?id=10 -Sorter
  7. I'm relatively new to Carp Fishing. One question I've had watching a lot of Carp Videos, and seeing Anglers on local waters: Is why carp anglers rarely seem to utilize boats or Kayaks? Is there some major advantage to shore fishing that I'm not seeing? -Sorter
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