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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider408 View Post
    Carp fishing is a lot of fun for sure. Clouserguy has it right! Thanks for the tips. I was fishing for bass last summer using a black leech and a saw a big carp out of the corner of my eye cruising the shoreline. I stripped in and timed it just right to drop that leech right in his face and I watched him inhale it LOL. It was awesome! That fish really gave my 8 weight a work out. I have caught them also on small Clouser minnows blind casting, BUT it was a lot of work for a couple of fish. I'd post a picture of the carp on the leech, but I don't see a way to upload it.
    Glad to help, thank you! You're absolutely right about watching the fish slurp up the fly. That is truly a rush to see a 20+ pound fish slurp up a size 10 fly, and then take you into your backing.

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    Caught this fat guy on the Brazos River in Texas while fishing for bluegill. Took 20 minutes to land on my little 4 weight. Wasn't expecting this, but a nice surprise.


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