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By Barry Reynolds

Become aware of the secrets and techniques of flyfishing for carp—learn the conduct and habitats of those demanding fish, what flies they’ll take, and the way to place these flies within the correct position on the correct time to seize carp consistently.
Barry Reynolds and John Berryman, authors of "Pike at the Fly" and "Beyond Trout," have joined with Brad Befus to problem you to exploit what's definitely the final, nice, missed flyfishing source in North the United States. set aside your preconceptions, learn "Carp at the Fly" with an open brain, and you’ll quickly be flyfishing for giant, robust, clever fish in water simply mins out of your domestic.

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I found shelrer from the sun in Sat on the bank, munching on a sandwich, while Brad (who would if there were thar many hours in a day) fish rhirty hours a rhrew Woolly Worms under rhe brush. 1 don't rhink the water where he waS easting was even a foor deep. itrle rainbow. Al! , it was quite prerty ro warch. On one cast, the fly landed, he gave it a rwireh, and the fly disappeared in the regularíon swirl. He ser che hook. The water exploded as a big carp thar had fallen fo! rhe Woolly Wonn ran for dceper water, B~ad's four-weighr mighr have sropped rhe flsh eventually, but 'the 6X tippet he was using jnst wasn't up to the job.

In general, they'rc most available to carp during and atter strong winds or after heavy rains f1ush them ínto the water. Carp have twO addidonal opportunities to consume [errestrÍa! inscets. ls that may fall oH or be blown oH the brush, Secondly, during periods of hígh water, carp forage ín fIooded vegetaríon, dining on the terresrrials rhey find there. When we fish rerrestrials, we use hoppers and eríckers more rhan any orher flies in this cátegory. They're big, so borh angler and fish can see them.

Finally, Erad nailed a ten-pounder; then another one, Those carp could have been stripers, (Barry Reynolds) l I 58 WHAT CARP EAT CARP ON THE FLY Terrestrial Insects Terrestrial irueets become avaitable to carp as a consequence of mísadventure. , or blnnder ¡nro we water. Borh young and adult terrestrials can end up in the drink and carp will feed happily on either. In general, they'rc most available to carp during and atter strong winds or after heavy rains f1ush them ínto the water. Carp have twO addidonal opportunities to consume [errestrÍa!

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