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  1. Tonights fish

    Sometimes, just one nice, hard-fighting carp is all ya need!!........ 12lb 13oz creek fish........water was chocolate and high and I only had an hour or so to fish, and caught this nice channel cat, (note my youthful excitement at catching yet another catfish). Fishing was very, very slow, until this beautiful fish hit- up and down the creek, close to snags, then back, exploded at the net, etc..(now notice my youthful excitement at catching another quality carp!!)..........I've caught over 700 carp in my first year of carpin, and for whatever reason, I'll remember this one!!!
  2. Hello all!!. Weeeelllllll, we had all-time historic flooding in KC so it put the clamp on creek fishing, so I had no choice but to fish flooded ponds and focused on tying more hair-rigs, which I just hadn't refined and been successful on ( I've caught a total of 3, yes 3! carp on hair rigs in the past year and have been very disheartened, but this week has been different!.....One afternoon I caught 6 carp,(ranging from 2-6lbs) this 2lb 15oz goldfish, 2 snapping turtles, and 3 channel catfish, -one half on a hair rig, and the others on the subtle bit technique including 2 doubles! (cat/carp and goldfish/carp)......then, yesterday caught this lone 2lb 13oz carp on a hair, and today, finally, this last pic of a nice carp- 14-1, (with a squared tail) on the hair, plus one catfish and one smaller carp (~2lbs) that I didn't get a picture of........the method was the same- 30g ribbed method feeder packed with a combo of panko, sweetcorn, sweetcorn juice, and strawberry jello, with a very short (3-4") hook link, a piece of fake corn with a piece of sweetcorn and the eye buried in the pack...........worked well and gave me some confidence as I shift to nighttime lake fishing!!.......appreciate the forums and advice -it all helps!!!!
  3. So....just before the rain ( again!) I fished my new swim- caught 4 channels up to 4lbs, lost a carp in a snag-hook pull, then caught this 12-14, but as I walked to the creek I found one pond had been flooded with carp- dozens at the surface gulping.......near dark I went to the pond and caught another channel immediately, landed this 7-4 and lost TWO more carp to straight hook pulls!.....Hadn't had that many carp in a session get away!!.........I usually change line ties every 3rd fish and hooks when they dull but these seemed ok...............waiting for the rains to stop- no creek fishing for a bit- switching to lakes!........
  4. Another swim

    ..............well, had another opportunity to explore some swims this afternoon, and before long, albeit a little slow, caught these 4 commons, three channel catfish and one turtle; all in 2 and one half hours of fishing, just before the rains moved in.....seem to be mostly same age-class fish, as they were all very close in size and weight; one fish much longer than the rest though.............always looking!!! o
  5. A new episode of CarpQuest has been released, S3E8 - Catfish and Carp For this episode, we survive the scorching heat at the Fairgrounds and land a good common carp and channel catfish. Daris (Mr. "Cat" Fishrangler himself) and Kelly (Led2Zep), from FishExplorer.COM, stopped by to chat, always good to get time on the bank with friends, old and new. It was great to spend some time with Daris, chatting on the bank - we shared stories, rig information and had a great few hours together. One of these days I am sure to get a line out there, deliberately in search of a monster cat ! As I have said many times before, it's the friends I spend time on the bank with, whether I catch fish, they catch, or we blank, that is important for me in my fishing. It's not the MA captures, the state records, it's that shared time with friends or family, that stays in my memory the longest... Hope you enjoy the episode... Tight-Lines,John
  6. Saw this on my Internet service home page. Thought it was interesting. Reminds me of an article in the NACA magazine by Ardy Veltcamp about the Wels catfish in Spain. http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/angler-lands-massive-127-kg-catfish-in-italy-1.2254509
  7. Catfishing

    Wisconsin River "Shocking Report" 52 Flathead Catfish LyubakaVideo Fisheries and habitat reports http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/reports/ Each survey report listed on DNR website is a summary document that outlines significant findings and observations obtained during a survey conducted by staff of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and subsequent analysis of the data by DNR staff. The reports include a wide range of locations and survey types and may document management recommendations supported by data as well as qualitative observations noted by the survey efforts. The length and amount of detail vary according to the intensity and duration of each survey effort. Reports are arranged by county with the most recent surveys first and then alphabetically within the year in which the survey took place. These are not complete listings of all DNR survey efforts. This Survey was conducted on June 19th, 2014 on the Nekoosa, WI stretch of the Wisconsin River study target was The Flathead Catfish (Pylodictis olivaris) Contact Jesse Quale: http://greenwaterwalleyes.com
  8. Dog Fish

    What is your experience with these Prehistoric River Monsters!?
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