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Nanook

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About Nanook

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  • Birthday 06/08/1966

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  • Interests
    500 gallon acropora-dominant reef, 400 gallon Tanganyikan cyphotilapia gibberosa tank, Tibetan Mastiffs, Single Malts, Fishing of course😄

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  • Location
    Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Who Referred you?
    Nanook
  • Age range
    >50
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. I enjoyed part 1! Looking forward to part 2!
  2. Josh, my heart goes out to you and your friends and family. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Well said, MO. I was just telling my wife about him and while I didn’t know him either, I like to think he was having fun out fishing for Carp until the end. A retired school teacher in his profile confirms he led a useful life helping kids learn. See you on the other side when I get there, Frank.
  4. Sage advice, thanks! The spot I fished I was lucky to get out! I’ll break out my smaller rods/reels☺️
  5. Nice fish, MO! I swear it’s been 7 or 8 outings without a carp now. I must not be holding my mouth right as my grandma always said 🤣
  6. Had 3 kernels of pineapple maize on one hair rig and an orange tutti fruiti Tiger nut with pink pop op tutti fruiti maize.
  7. Went to the mouth of a creek and the Meramec River for five hours, blanked. Put a gallon of boiled seed mixture soaked in RH chili hemp oil and spimbed a quart or two of fresh boiled maize, wasn’t lazy on the baiting campaign. Had a few taps on the oatmeal-creamed corn-pineapple method, but alas no fish to show for again😩
  8. Dave Bayne Nanook Missouri
  9. Thanks for the replies! I think I’ve gotten much better on technique, speed, and my ability to get rods in the water quickly. I’m just new and lacking fish captures. Creeks are tough for me due to disability unfortunately, but I’ve fished them and the Mississippi sloughs over the years with really big carp up to 20 pounds. I’ll probably use the winter to read and learn how to tie rigs with longer hairs than the pretied rigs have for more pickups.
  10. There used to be a Missouri Chair named Dave but his messages are turned off and his phone number that was posted is not in service, so maybe he checked out altogether.
  11. So, I shouldn’t take it personally 😂 I am fishing areas where I know big carp inhabit, but they’re either deeper, farther out, or way upstream. I’m wondering if I should just wait until Spring? Or, heavily prebait a swim for a few days prior to see if that brings them in. It sure would be nice if there was just ONE person in my area I could fish with for pointers.
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