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  1. If it helps, I paid via auto renewal on 4/20. Paypal Transaction ID: 2KV341823K278333U
  2. Hoping someone can help me with the same issue- I should be in the honorary "trustee" group, though for the record I still pay a membership fee bc I love CAG so unsure why I'd be a guest.
  3. To tell you the truth, I really DO use it in salad dressings too. This is a steal compared to the small bottles at the health foods store.
  4. Send in your articles and photographs and get published in the next NACA publication. We are always looking for reports on tournaments and fish-ins, as well as instructional articles, personal anecdotes, books and tackle reviews. Share your knowledge and experiences with our carp angling community! For submission to the “Carp News” section or the front/back cover pages, send photographs of a nice catch along with a short descriptive paragraph. Please include important details such as the name of the angler, the weight of the fish, and where it was caught. Photographs are always welcome! If you submit an article, please try to include several photographs to accompany it. Please note: • Articles should not exceed 2000 words. • Microsoft Word is the preferred format for articles, but any text file will do. • Photographs should be sent as JPEGs or TIFFs in high resolution (at least 200 dpi), but we can manage with other formats. • The DEADLINE for submissions is mid-January for the Q1 issue, mid-April for the Q2 issue, mid-July for the Q3 issue, and mid-October for the Q4 issue. • Submissions must be sent via e-mail to NACA editors- naca@carpanglersgroup.com.
  5. Read up on the latest in such topics as club news, tackle selection, bait and feed recipes, and the state of carp angling into the 21st century by subscribing to NACA. Join Carp Anglers Group to start your subscription today! The North American Carp Angler (NACA) comes out at least 4 times a year. It's a full color glossy magazine is written by the finest Carp anglers in North America - Members of CAG - and also features articles from successful carpers around the world. It is loaded with ideas you can use from English methods for this continent to lesser known traditional American Carping tactics. Past articles have even been syndicated in In-Fisherman magazine. We’d like to hear from you too if you have an idea or an article. Writers and photographers, please check out the NACA Submission Guidelines. One article from each NACA is published for you to enjoy for free here. Order individual issues of NACA Price: $4.95 each plus S&H from Big Carp Tackle
  6. Please support those that support us
  7. CAG is now up to 10 B&T members! Please support those that support us!
  8. Joe Babbitt, Long time friend of CAG and carp enthusiast has added his business to the list of CAG B&T Supporters: Carp Fishing Holidays On the St. Lawrence River The St Lawrence Experience provides carp fishing holidays on the mighty St Lawrence River, which is extremely heavily stocked with long lean powerful carp that cruise along the American - Canadian Border. The St Lawrence River is over 1000 miles long and over a mile wide in many places. These powerful carp will give you an amazing carpin' experience to tell all your friends about when you return. Fishing from your base at Waddington on the banks of the St Lawrence River in New York State,USA. you will have the use of a boat so you can access the rivers' inlets and bays, but some of the best fishing is to be had no more than two minutes walk from your base. Your host, Joe Babbitt, will work tirelessly to ensure you have the holiday of a lifetime. Top quality tackle hire is inclusive of the price of your holiday. You can order bait which will be waiting for you when you arrive. In fact all you need to do is turn up for that Carping holiday of a lifetime.
  9. i cant wait to try them. i love the foodsource lures. for all of you multi species guys, give them a try! other soft plastics are filled with poison anyway... i'll buy them just to support food source. i'm sure they will catch fish. the soft plastic lures follow the euro tradition of boilie- nutrition concern like in the peanut butter glug thread. you could feed the lures to your pet fish and they would put on weight. other soft plastics will kill afish if they swallow them. and berkely gulp and other bio-degradeable lures are still artificial, like pva. these are actually good for the fish. again, well done paul! i cant wait to try them.
  10. ""Louis, Thank you for taking the time to contact us. Your organization sounds like a much needed one. As you probably know, there're a lot of problems involved with using soft plastic lures. We appreciate the tips about carp fishing. We are watching this market and we plan to adapt our catfish plugs as an alternative to boilies for carp."" foodsource products... *obsession ? nice one paul!
  11. i asked ed rogers from foodsource to start making carp baits like 7 months ago. something like that would be neat.
  12. louis

    Wacker Baits

    and dont forget some of the best pork butt you can eat!
  13. great!!! welcome to our state!
  14. and leave all the bi*** here to you then i guess...
  15. ok. i have only 12 smackdown shirts left. 1-3xl 9-xl 2-m sorry no smalls or larges left, i guess i was way off! like i said before, they are the nicest quality shirts i could find, american apparel, with a high quality screen print job. to see what they cost, click here: t shirt thread on fishguys.org board if you want one pm me and i'll break down how to order one.
  16. what do you use for a pickup? what i mean is in a ball of pack i think there is a great chance a peice of plastic etc will get sucked up, but in a big feild of ground bait, i'm less sure of it.
  17. Pineapple???? i get it, you are putting all of those boilies you bought in a royal label bag
  18. i agree with scott. i might be ready to put a lot more bait in the water than just your pack, and i'd go with a "real " pickup like a puff over a bead... but i think pay guys will do just fine.
  19. Scott - we all know you personally can catch carp on just about anything, just about anywhere (seriously folks Scott is a great carp catcher). From what I heard Paul was catching on Essential Opals last year (a yellow boilie) and Brian and Phone slayed 'em using the Royal Baits Scopex (also a yellow boilie), most of the fish Wendy and i caught during the event were on the Royal Baits Corn Micro Boilies (yellow), Dave & Al Mainline Pineapple (yellow) - Anyone see a theme here??????? Guess which baits I will be using this year - yep Royal Baits Scopex, Royal Baits Corn Micros and some home made yellow boilies (flavour to be revealled post event. just in case.... don and i have a bag of royal scopex, royal corn micro, several kg of mainline essential opal, mainline pineapple, and fruit burst. i have a bunch of pop-ups in some of those flavors too, plus some top secret baits i made...yellow of course. i also have some essential opal dip that i plan to dunk a canary with a life preserver in for some sick topwater action.
  20. great! we'll have to get some flags to hang in our swims.
  21. I'm in and i feel pretty strongly that matt would like the idea. we have been calling ourselves team pennsylvania, which certainly falls in line with representing the country. consider us the keystone team!
  22. i guess the home page is down, but the e-store is still up if you go to this link: acs e-store and i'd like to say that i am super satisfied with the safety clips and all hooks in the series!
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