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  1. One thing to keep in mind is that the carp in the U.S. are much more naive than in Europe. They hardly see any fishing pressure, they're wild, and many have never even seen a hook. So unless you're fishing on a very difficult water with few carp, you won't need high nutritional value baits that are boosted with various flavors and essential vitamins etc. While that stuff does help it can get pricy and it's really not needed most of the time for U.S. carp.
  2. If you're willing to make the journey, Lake Erie can be awesome, especially the Sandusky Bay.
  3. Do I have to sign up? Does it cost money? Do I have to be a certain age? Do I have to be a CAG member? I have no idea how it works.
  4. Sounds like fun. I've always wanted to fish the Saginaw River for carp but I've never gone there even though it's only an hour away.
  5. I've noticed when people sometimes try to fish for perch, bluegill, walleye, etc. on the great lakes, as soon as their bait hits the bottom they are bombarded by gobies. I feel like they would eat all of your chum and your hookbait unless it was a large pop up or something. Anyone who has carp fished in goby infested waters such as the great lakes, do you know if gobies are a nuisance when carp fishing?
  6. What are Bfers? And does your feed corn have black lines on it like mine? I have yet to catch a carp on feed corn and was wondering it the feed corn I got wasn't up to quality.
  7. I'll be sure to check out those spots on google earth. I hate how prebaiting provides such an advantage but often times the water your going to fish is too far out of the way to drive there and back everyday (at least for me). The closest decent body of water for carp fishing from my house is 30 minutes. All others are 45 minute to 1+hour drives.
  8. I'm a Michigander and I really want to try carp fishing in the great lakes but I don't know where to start. I'm just baffled at the size of them when ever I'm there or looking at it on Google Earth and it's pretty intimidating. Do I simply go up on the sandy beach and just cast out? Or should I fish rivers/canals that are very close, and connected to the great lakes or other inlets with a much faster drop off? Any advice?
  9. That's so cool! I've wanted to be a fisheries biologist. What is it like?
  10. I was planning on going the 27th. Let me know how the fish in goes and post some pictures.
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