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Most savvy carpers would not chum corn straight out of the bag, a good boil with a touch of flavor is the ticket and deep enough to be out of arrow range.....that being said, no law keeps you off that spot, yet common courtesy says not to intrude...probably fixing a spot to take kids....you might find it harder to land Mr Carp than you think

MONKEYS? what monkeys?

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1 hour ago, MoCarp said:

Most savvy carpers would not chum corn straight out of the bag, a good boil with a touch of flavor is the ticket and deep enough to be out of arrow range.....that being said, no law keeps you off that spot, yet common courtesy says not to intrude...probably fixing a spot to take kids....you might find it harder to land Mr Carp than you think

He had one of the dog ball throwers firing corn out there.  There's a lake north of me that we would bait in the morning with corn and go back in the evening.  Caught hundreds and the kids loved it.  Spinning rod with 1/4 ounce bullet weight above a swivel, leader material to a scud hook and green giant corn.  Don't set your rod down or it will be gone...😁

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On 8/14/2020 at 10:20 AM, snagged in outlet 3 said:

 Don't set your rod down or it will be gone...😁

Truth right there.  I have had to make more than one long dive to grab a rod butt.  They can take it very soft and gentle or grab it like it's the last cheeseburger at a weight watchers  convention.

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