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Question by grant2. Uploaded on February 19, 2010
Worms, or canned corn work well. Lots of commercial baits out there these days also since carp fishing has started to go more high tech and people are following the Europeans on techniques. Do an internet search and you will come up with a ton of info.
When my brother came back from Germany we made balls out of cornmeal and flour and dropped them in boiling water after a few minutes you take them out and let cool they do real well on carp and buffalo.
corn from can. I still prefer a bow and arrow, and these fish make excellant fertilizer!
i caught a carp with 20 inches of line and a red hook off a dock with my hands and dropped the hook in and waited till they came the moved in front and they suck it right up BIG carp to probaly 5 lbs
I like pizza too!!!
Corn, Bread/dough ball, worms.
Dough balls, I used to tie the bread in an old piece of nylon stockings to keep it on the hook. Nowadays I like the bow better.
boiled dough balls dipped in motor oil
i'm just thinking the motor oil thing would not be good in any way and pretty sure it would be illegal. JMHO.
bread rolled into a ball ,doesnt stay on the hook everytime but but most of the time it does
i caught mine with bologna
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