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MoCarp last won the day on May 31 2017

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  1. MoCarp

    Rio Grande Perch (Herichthys cyanoguttatus)

    have to watch for crocs there, dang things are everywhere
  2. Buddy of mine shared this nice Rio Grande Perch pic with me, caught near Austin Texas
  3. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    non-target fish were an issue, typically you need to sack them up so carp have a shot at the hook baits... when they feed they draw in more whiskery fellows.... one of the big issues fishing our lakes you need to learn how to avoid catfish... if you want to catch more cats in our area try euro-angling!!!
  4. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    water conditions were high from all the rain, fishing was tough, typically more and bigger fish are landed here are some of the setups used in the tourney
  5. Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD) is a prion protein disease in humans, in bovines its mad cow disease, and in deer its CWD ransmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) are a family of rare progressive neurodegenerative disorders that affect both humans and animals. ... The abnormal folding of the prion proteins leads to brain damage and the characteristic signs and symptoms of the disease. https://www.foxnews.com/health/man-dies-from-extremely-rare-disease-after-eating-squirrel-brains https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/10/6/03-1082_article
  6. chum the area you want to fish with soaked whole oats, do it a few days before you go, cats will go nutts on it
  7. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    final results
  8. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    here is the rules
  9. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    all common carp are released in all these types of tourneys just like bass events, in the Connecticut River is designated as "Trophy Carp Waters" with a one carp per day creel limit and a 26 inch maximum length for Common Carp. all fish OVER 26" must be released by state regulations no fish are harvested and the harvest of common carp are limited to one fish and it must be UNDER 26" the state of Connecticut manages the CT river and a few others for Trophy common carp fisheries...as far as the BFed carp they are typically dumpsterd and dumped in someones field no-one wants to eat any fish they ride in the bottom of a barrel in a hot night with no ice
  10. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    Big Fish 34 @ the CT Classic on the Connecticut River
  11. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    now back on thread http://waynebarbersoutdoorscene.blogspot.com/2015/10/connecticut-carp-tournament-heating-up.html
  12. MoCarp

    2018 CT Carp Classic Open

    BFers are their own worse enemy... just an FWI the guy on you top post was instrumental in getting new carp regs past, that pic was used in the presentation to the state of CT...he is also in hot water for killing house cats it seems google it
  13. an update on this weekends big tourney in Connecticut on the CT river $25,000 up for grabs its because of this that the state of CT imposed these regulations #sizematters
  14. MoCarp

    SURVEY for Freshwater management class

    perhaps, but thats why y'all need to jump in to disparage carp fishing who was it in OAF posted they couldn't ignore the carp posts because someone might believe it? may fav quote is ; "if we let MoCarp post about how fun it is to catch carp, pretty soon they (state fisheries) will stat treating them like bass and walleyes" right now on the Conn river Carp tourney $25,000 is a lot of money to win...for common carp no less

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