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An Introduction to Carp Fishing

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The carp is the most sought-after coarse fish in Britain today. This book is designed to teach the rudimentary techniques of water craft to the beginner and also provide more technical advice for the experienced angler. There are chapters on the history of the species, types of fishery, the location of the fish and their feeding habits, tackle, bait, methods and tactics (for both summer and winter), night fishing, handling and fish care…. More >>

An Introduction to Carp Fishing

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In the UK what do y’all do with all that carp and coarse fish?

Just wondering if you eat it and, if so, how? My understanding is that it’s quite bony and the meat can be less-than-delicious. I suppose it’s called coarse fish for a reason. And what about trout fishing? I read “Fly Fishing: Memories of Angling Days” by J.R. Hartley earlier this year and it seems like every time he turned around there was a place to fish for trout. Of course, the book is set in the mid-1900s, so maybe things have changed.

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