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It's most definitely worth fishing carp in rivers this time of year. Though I'm not extremely familiar with the Holland or the Humber, I would suggest finding an area where the river meets a lake, pond or slacker water. However I've found fishing some rivers along the North Shore of Lake Ontario, such as the Credit, unproductive and not worthwhile during the salmon run. I haven't narrowed a single reason down, but believe a number of factors are to blame. 

Rivers like the Grand, and Trent/Severn would be good rivers to try this time of year as they can provide more consistent fishing. 

All the best, 


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Thanks grasshopper. Would the carp have moved up river now that the waters have cooled down from the summer heat? (from your experience)

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