I’m often wondering why in the USA there isn’t as much interest in fishing for Carp as there is in Europe. I’ve tried to explain it to several people, I wish I knew the real answer, but here goes. From what I’m told is that the Carp here in the U.S. are not as tasty as European Carp, true or false? Personally I don’t think that’s really why. The other reason I heard is the Carp in Europe are HUGE compared to ours. I’m going to investegate a little more and report back, so in the meantime watch these videos and watch us fishing for Carp in the U.S.
Here is another one caught by my father, at the Carters lake in GA, USA. This big common was one of the biggest ones we cought so far from Carters lake. We could’t weigh it because we had no scale, but I guess you guys can guess ho much it weighs. We will have a scale for our future videos, hopefully. Enjoy and comment. Thanks
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Carp Fishing in Tennessee featuring John Bramley of K-1 Baits and using tackle and baits from K-1 Baits & Tackle, End Zone Terminal Tackle and Resistance Tackle.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
We’re going to try to educate our fishing members here in the U.S.A. about Bait Boats. They’ve been using them a long time overseas to improve the chances of landing more Carp. A Bait Boat is a simple concept, really. A bait boat is just a remote control boat, with a few added features. Can’t I just go to Walmart and pick me up a rc boat, you might ask? Well, no, here’s why. The concept of the bait boat is simple, Take advantage of the range and precision of the remote control boat to deliver fish food, more commonly known to us as Chum to a specific spot to attract the Carp. The part about chumming the fish has been tried many ways throughout history, but until the Bait Boat came along it was never as efficient.
John Bramley of K-1 Baits using the Hi-Sport Bait Boat (Watch for the take literally seconds after dropping the bait) Enjoy…
Video Rating: 3 / 5