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  2. Here is an interesting take on rice pack bait appreciate you guys watching and if you wanna be a legend. Im 21 subs away from hitting 1000. Hit that subscribe button please and thank you.
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  5. Hi was going through the event calender and i see your even For April 17th but you got the even blank all over april may june july september. you might wanna fix this thanks. 

     

    Sam

  6. Save it to your desktop, open it in microsoft office, compress the picture, save it, then upload...........eezy peezy!...... MO
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  9. I am trying to identify this yellow 13 inch carp. Having trouble posting a picture.Could it be because I am using the new iPhone promax 11 in the picture is way bigger than this site will handle.
  10. So, I'll add mine- I use glow corn in deeper, dark, or muddy waters, and yellow pop-up corn with a very short (1-2")lead to the hook. I have one large yellow floating corn piece and one small/regular size yellow corn. I think the scent of the pack bait draws the carp in, and they "try" the corn and immediately reject it, which allows the hair hook to catch them. Just this past two weeks I caught 10 carp and 6 of them were on glow corn.......find the carp and you will catch em on whatever you use, sometimes more, sometimes less... MO
  11. Catching I am catching what I think are carp in my local Creek. It has a yellowish tint and trying to identify the fish specifically. The ones which I catch and release have been between 12 and 13 in. They have the little bar Buhl on each side of the mouth and the mouths are very small. Trying to insert a picture but can't see how to. I am in Northern California
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  13. Please make sure to register via the link , thanks https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cag-spring-fish-in-in-remembrance-of-lorne-morley-tickets-96251459707
  14. Come join us on May 24th CAG Spring fish in, in Remembrance of Lorne Morley. ** please bring 20$ cash if participating in big fish pot** the event its self is free, please Register below and make sure to save your ticket to mobile device or print it this makes registration easier for us on day of event. It also makes us able to post the event through social media and CAG fourm. All event details are in it as well **PLEASE PRE REGISTER WITH LINK BELLOW IF YOU INTEND ON COMING ** https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cag-spring-fish-in-in-remembrance-of-lorne-morley-tickets-96251459707
  15. Date: Sunday 24 May, 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Canada Centre for Inland Waters (CCIW), Burlington. This is a free event for all to attend. It will be at CCIW on Sunday May 24th, from 7am-4pm. There will be a $20 side pot for biggest fish - Winner takes all. *Please have cash for this*. This is a friendly event and is open to all. The first fish-in of the year will be dedicated to the late Lorne Morley, our previous CAG state chair, who passed away from ALS. If you are going to be participating in the big fish pot please no pre baiting or setting up before event starts, this is to ensure everyone has a fair chance. **Please pre-register via link if you intend on attending** Please pre-register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cag-spring-fish-in-in-remembrance-of-lorne-morley-tickets-96251459707
  16. CAG Spring fish in, in Remembrance of Lorne Morley. ** please bring 20$ cash if participating in big fish pot** the event its self is free, please Register below and make sure to save your ticket to mobile device or print it this makes registration easier for us on day of event. It also makes us able to post the event through social media and CAG fourm. All event details are in it as well. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cag-spring-fish-in-in-remembrance-of-lorne-morley-tickets-96251459707
  17. CAG Spring fish in, in Remembrance of Lorne Morley. ** please bring 20$ cash if participating in big fish pot** the event its self is free, please Register below and make sure to save your ticket to mobile device or print it this makes registration easier for us on day of event. It also makes us able to post the event through social media and CAG fourm. All event details are in it as well https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cag-spring-fish-in-in-remembrance-of-lorne-morley-tickets-96251459707
  18. That's the best time, hopefully we get to do a session together there.
  19. Nice fish Jesse, I hope to pull one out this spring.
  20. I've heard rumors that 2021 will be the year but dont quote me on it lol
  21. Hope to get out soon, Me and Wayne will be having socials and events this year, details should be announced soon😀 keep an eye out 👀
  22. My PB of 30 pounds 1 oz came from there, can be a great spot.
  23. Open water....doesn't matter the type. .When the shallow ponds are iced over, I hit the moving river waters.
  24. Been there., done that. I fished a seriously swollen river in NW Georgia...rod suddenly lurched over and pretty quickly it was obviously a big log rolling down the river. I pulled for a break, but then the log turned and went upstream! I was fishing 20lb line straight through and could do nothing with it...neither turn it or slow it down. Eventually the line broke. I reckon I was (foul) hooked into a lake sturgeon...either that or a log that could swim!
  25. Yeah, there may have been just a tad bit of luck in netting that fish. Just a wrong touch of the net on the line could have spelled total disaster. I have caught cold water carp that fought like the proverbial sack of potatoes, but I could always at least tell I had a fish on the line. That poor fish must have laying in an ice water spring on the bottom of the cold river water. And then there are the times when you are good, but not so lucky. Last summer I was on the river, not exactly having a stellar day, with both uncooperative fish and snags, and had an experience completely opposite of yours. I had a decent take which stopped, and turned into another not- so- uncommon- Hudson River bottom bite: another snag. It felt like a log buried in the mud, not moving an inch. After letting the river god know how I felt about getting hung up again, I started the walking up and down the shore routine, hoping for a new angle in which the hook would magically pull loose. It didn't. But it did start moving off on its own, heading upriver, and at a pretty good clip. It was quickly and steadily taking a lot of line, non stop, in spite of my thumbing the spool harder and harder. I was nervous enough now that I had started running up the shoreline, dragging my landing net clamped in my armpit, trying to regain some line. I definitely had that tight jawed, adrenaline fed feeling that I'd G. D. better not loose this fish. And then the hook pulled. Yup, the river gods took some pretty heavy punishment that day. So, hoping that fish are fairly territorial, I will be back there putting in some time come spring, and hoping for a little more luck. <:///><
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