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The 2018 North East Carp Conference is being held Saturday April 21st at the Elks Club in Middletown CT (same location as last year).

Tickets are now on sale in the CAG store!

http://www.carpanglersgroup.com/forum/index.php?/store/category/73-north-east-carp-conference/

After the success of last years NECC we are anticipating that this will be a sell out event. Please get your tickets now. 

  • Rig, Bait & Beginner Clinics.     
  • Tackle & Bait Vendors.
  • Expert Panel Q&A – We are planning another live video link with one of the UKs top carp anglers!    
  • Guest Speakers – talks from top level carp anglers   
  • Door & Raffle Prizes – Hundreds of $$$ worth of top tackle prizes.
  • Food & Beverages on sale during day.

Vendors include: 

Big Carp Tackle, CarpMaxx, Trilogy, Advanced Fishing Rods, World Classic Baits, Fishing Factory, Carp Mart, Trilogy

Don't miss it!

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There are always some great deals on bait & tackle to be had at the NECC making it an ideal time to stock up in preparation for the season ahead! Keep a look out for updates from our vendors. If you don't have your ticket yet please don't wait!

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I'm going to prebait the day of the NECC, in the park just north of the Matabesett Canoe Club in Middletown... would anyone want to meet up there the next day?

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We are in the process of finalizing a fish in for Sunday April 22nd

Edited by (CT) Savayman

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I don't know if anyone has checked the stream flow data for the CT River but as of right now, I don't think you will be able to fish it since the river is flowing about three times the normal for fishing. The problem is that there is a TREMENDOUS amout of snow in the mountains.  It is melting and sending a torrent of water downstream. Water flows in that location are just about unfishable in the month of April due to high water, fast flows and lots of debris. If you are planning a fish-in I would have a back-up location in a pond or lake just in case the river is not fishable.

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Yes indeed! Flows at 43,900 & only 43F so will have to see it changes over next couple of weeks. 

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