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  1. It's a good 4 hours away from here but I did see that Jeremy wade was supposed to go there to catch monster catfish. It's a big lake so I would imagine there would be some nice carp in there somewhere. Good luck
  2. Just landed a pretty 15!
  3. Just registered to represent Missouri! Just bought a mad dragon rod and ready!
  4. It's my second year into it and I have learned a lot from the cag forum. Thanks for all of the knowledge, hopefully thus year I can break the 30 mark this year!
  5. Since I have failed to find any fellow carpers that are in the St. Louis area, that are CAG members anyway, I figured I would show you all a little bit of the fun we have in Missouri. Unfortunately, most of my pics were saved only on my phone and I had a few mishaps this year, so there are few, but some good ones. Enjoy!
  6. I'm in st louis and have posted in the forums in search of other carp anglers in the area and blanked. I am not aware of any tournaments or groups but I would be interested if there were. I know there are quite a few carp anglers in the area from the remains of corn cans on the banks but that's about it.
  7. http://www.mykawartha.com/blog/post/1061844--awesome-accidents
  8. http://www.prfire.co.uk/fishing/britain’s-biggest-freshwater-fish-found-dead-–-but-there’s-plenty-more-fish-in-the-sea-and-lakes-73384.html Do we have any American fish with official names?
  9. I have set up a google alert for carp, here's another interesting link http://www1.umn.edu/news/features/2011/UR_CONTENT_350210.html
  10. Jeff.Schuerman

    Horseshoe Lake

    Anyone ever try carping horseshoe lake? I'm in south St louis and it's not far across the river. Looks like pretty decent size lake on google maps.
  11. Region New virus in the wild likely killed carp A fish virus that has never been confirmed in the wild in Michigan may have contributed to a June fish kill of 300 to 500 common carp in Kent Lake, the state Department of Natural Resources said Wednesday. Samples taken from the lake in Livingston and Oakland counties detected koi herpesvirus, which likely was introduced to Michigan waters by the release or escape of infected ornamental fish, the DNR said. It is the first time the virus has been found in wild fish samples in Michigan, although it was detected in a private koi pond near Grand Rapids in 2003, the DNR said. The virus has been seen before in large-scale common carp die-offs in Ontario in 2007 and 2008. The DNR said there are no human health effects.
  12. http://www.columbiamissourian.com/stories/2011/08/01/high-heat-kills-thousands-fish-corporate-lake/
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