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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70705

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Don't you ever do any carp fishing toom?

No, the online different fishing style i do beside casting and from time to time using an bobber is matching with food basket. I see carp fishing as boring also i don't have nearly the teckel for it. 2 to 3 carp Rod and reels, Rod pot, gaint carp net, electronic bait detectors and an military optic chair cost like 1500 to 2000 bucks. That is alot for 1 to 2 fishes per fishing trip.
Also i don't wanna feed the fishes a week long before i have a line in the water. Got enough fish AT home that always look at me like GIVE ME FOOD, don't wanna start that outdoors :lol:
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70706

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Amazon shopping makes so adictive... ordered a 2er packen of the black/gold Goby
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70716

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Toom, your description of the scene near your house is great! You are invaded by the Carper Army!

I've watched some videos about carp fishing in England. It is definitely a different world of fishing. I am glad for our young, dumb fish here. :)

I'm a big fan of the Okuma brand. Also owned by the same company.

I bet those gobies would be decent for bass fishing. They have such a diverse set of lures.
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70717

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I wish they had a smaller version of that swim bait. :confused:
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70718

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They have some that are 1 ounce. Technically a smaller version of the monster trout. :)
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70719

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The Baby trout is 15 cm what is actually castable on a semi heavy rod with 70 to 80 gramms. My 10 to 45 gramms would be able to handle it but there the tip becomes to wobbly.


Ted. Look for KordaTV on Youtube. I really thought you did not beleave me but carp anglers here are really tacklesexual.

Another thing what i hate about them. carp anglers always fish from shore to shore. Lets say the lake is 80 yards from shore to shore, they always cast to the other side and place there rigs like 10 to 15 feet away from the other shore side or use directly about 50 to 60 yards of shore for there two rigs alone. That's an major dick move to fellow anglers.







Just look at this stuff. 3 of this bite alarms and the Controller box is allready like 600 bucks
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70721

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Whatever happened to using a finger for a bite alarm?

That was a great cooking show you posted Toom. :) Are the fish really that smart?
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70722

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ted wrote:
Whatever happened to using a finger for a bite alarm?

That was a great cooking show you posted Toom. :) Are the fish really that smart?

I don't say they are not good in what they do and we crazy fish keeper people are the last with the right to judge but they are carp, old people feed them with bread, they are basicly underwater hogs. I once catched one on an Haribo Smurf.


For the finger. How do you would manage this 24 hours on 3 rods? Put the line around your big tow for the night? :P
This bite Alarms today have anything, 20 different LED light choises, different sounds, theft protection, a Box thing that has a connection to your tent and many more.
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70724

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One thing I have not seen. How often to they actually get a bite or catch a fish?

Was the Haribo Smurf sugar free? I can imagine that would be fun. :)
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2017 Fishing Thread 2 months 1 week ago #70725

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toom wrote:
That's an major dick move to fellow anglers.

We'll, the first sign that something is out of wack is.... they are fishing for Carp.
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