How to Fish for Carp in a Pond

A novice you definitely need some advice before embarking on the carp one of the most satisfying and exciting in the world of sport fishing.
Being a carp fish very suspicious, this fishery requires silence and camouflage by the fisherman who must absolutely avoid to look out on the water or cast their shadows. Here’s how to draw a carp in pond.

Be sure to have on hand:

  • Groundbait.
  • Lead plates and sliding.
  • Lines from 0.25 to 0.40.
  • Ami spanners from 3 to 10

We start with the so-called “baiting”, which is an essential element in sport fishing as described on The carp is an omnivorous fish and can be lured with bait animals and plants. This technique involves an attempt by the fisherman, to acclimate the fish at a certain type of bait to be sure that your going to catch. It is a long process and can last 3 or 4 days: he jumps into the water a mixture made with various ingredients including wheat and corn flour, and expect the fish to adapt to this diet. You should differentiate the pasture depending on ambient temperature: the use of pasture tending to dolce is mentioned in the warm season, the use of pasture more caloric and aromatic is indicated in the cold winter season.

The second step is to realise. The lines that may vary from one eyelet to a 0.40 0.25, ami from 3 to 10 (you should use those resistant carbon tip retort, a straight toe can be twisted with simple tweezers). Sliding plates and weights are without a doubt the most recommended.

We would consider the “fight” a decisive phase in carp fishing. Once alarmed fish, literally putting it in turmoil, it is imperative not to force it ahead of time with impetuous but tire them gradually, that for two simple reasons: first, the carp in particular is an extremely powerful fish and tend to give “the best” in the first few minutes of combat; Secondly is equipped with what we can define their own secret weapon, under the dorsal fin hides a real handjob with which you can resignate monofilaments large and thus also reacting ahead of time, it may cause damage to our line.

Alternatively for fishing a carp, we try to locate the fish, before choosing a peg. Let’s use 50/50 blends or types of food for birds, to be used as decoys during winter and spring. Add abundant salt for bait, into small particles, in particular kinds of cooked like hemp, corn, wild rice, beans, seeds partiblend, maple peas and chickpeas. The carp loves the taste of salty foods. As a rough guide, add a tablespoon of salt in 5 liters of water. Let’s add some chili baits. The carp seem to love the spices. When the water is cold in winter, it slows down the movement of carp so there is less chance that the fish swim towards our bait. In summer, you can create traps and wait for the carp to easily find the bait.

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