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It’s time! Let’s do this! Who’s in?! Fri Nov 16 - Sun Nov 18 Come out to Emma Long and enjoy some laughs, stories, fish, and some cold beverages! Booking: http://www.austintexas.gov/department/emma-long-metropolitan-park I will be giving out medals for the biggest 3 carp! What I won’t be doing is losing my keys in the middle of the lake. Hey August, can I borrow your boat?! 😜
It's time for a CAG Central TX Fall Fish-In at Emma Long Park, in Austin TX. Looking at late September, or early October. Come out and enjoy good times with other carp anglers, meet some new friends, and have some laughs. Everyone is welcomed to join; bring a newbie, if possible. Let's catch some fish, enjoy some cold beverages, and share stories. I am also going to try to get medals for the biggest carp/buffalo caught that weekend. Game on! Always a good time! I'll post more details ASAP. Suggestions are always welcomed. See you there!!!
Hello fellow anglers, My name is Chad Woolard, and I have just been appointed as the new Central TX State Chairman. I wanted to introduce myself, and state my intentions in this new position. I have been carp fishing for around 3-4 years now, so I'm relatively new to the sport. I dove right in to this sport head first, and have never looked back, since then. I love these fish with all of my heart, and intend to share this love and passion with as many people that I can, for generations to come. It starts with us, now! I am one of the founders of Austin Carp Angler, along with August Wells, Keith Thompson, and Kevin Olivier. We have recently expanded our organization to Kenneth Keaton, and Jake Downing; two well-rounded anglers who can fish with the best of them. Austin Carp Angler is currently working with CAG to organize the 2015 Austin Team Championships (ATC), next February. We have been super busy over the last couple of months, trying to put together a world class event. Stay tuned for more details to come, and don't miss the registration! It should be a great one! Over the next year, I will be organizing as many events as possible, to try to expand the Carp Anglers Group into more hearts. CAG has done great things for this sport, and continues to educate and further the growth of the community of carp anglers. Together, we can work towards getting these beautiful species established as a game fish, and have them protected. It starts with us, now! Please don't hesitate to contact me for anything at all. Questions and concerns are welcomed. Tight Lines, my friends. Hope to share the bank with you real soon. -Chad Woolard
A quick reminder to all that Sunday 8th December 2013 is the final event of the WCC of Austin monthly series. We will meet and draw for partners and swims at the I35 bridge. Draw time is 6:30 am, fishing from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Each angler will draw a chip from the bag. Chips are paired together and the nuymber of the chip will determine the order of the walk off. Pairs must decide on their pegged area together and decide where in the peg each would like to fish. Rock, Paper, Scissors in case of any issues at the swim. In the case of an odd number of anglers attending there will be one solo number in the bag (it will be the last number), the angler drawing this number will have to ensure that they fish near to one of the pairs to ensure that his or her fish are weighed/witnessed by another angler. There are plenty of locations that three anglers can be close enough that this can happen. Anywhere on Ladybird Lake is open to fish but be aware that lots of swims are currently overgrown so you may need to beat down some of the growth to fish some spots. The lake is currently fishing very well with multiple fish being caught on a daily basis. Come and join us and enjoy some end of year sport on Ladybird Lake.