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➜ More than 300 videos of pro anglers giving advice on “carp fishing”!
➜ Selection of the best carp fishing venues on rivers, channels and lakes in the UK, France and Europe!
➜ How to pick the best swims for fishing Common and Mirror carps!
➜ Choosing the right method of fishing: Feeder, Pole, and Match!
➜ Advice on choosing the right rods, reels, indicators, spods, hooks!
➜ How to choose the right rig set up, which bait to use, dips and much more!
If you are looking for excellent carp fishing tips and tricks, this is the perfect app for your phone! The collection of videos features experienced fishermen who will tell you the right way to catch carp from flowing-water. Browse the videos, listen to the advice, and you will be ready to grab your fishing rod and cast the net! You will learn all about fisherman's equipment; tackles, lures, reels and rigs.
You should know some basic facts about carp species before going fishing. They are a large freshwater fish native to central Asia. Introductions in many countries have helped to make carp the most widely distributed freshwater fish in the world. They are extensively farmed in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and are a popular angling fish in Europe. However, in North America, Canada and Australia, they are considered a significant pest.
These fish are very versatile, and can live in a great variety of habitats including highly degraded areas. Over the past few decades they have spread across most of south-eastern Australia. They are now the most abundant large freshwater fish in some areas and are thought to have contributed to the degradation of American natural aquatic ecosystems.
Although small carp can be mistaken for goldfish, they can be distinguished by having a pair of barbels (whiskers) at each corner of their mouth. They have small eyes, thick lips, a forked tail and a single top fin with strongly serrated spines. The scales are large and thick.
Their color varies. In the wild they are usually olive green to bronze or silvery in color with a paler underside. Koi (or Japanese) carp are domesticated ornamental varieties of common carp and show a much broader range of colors and color patterns, with various combinations of white, black, red, yellow, blue and orange markings. Scale variations, including large shiny scales either scattered or in a line along the flanks (‘mirror carp’) or an absence of scales (‘leather carp’) are also common in ornamental and wild fish.
They can grow to a very large size, with overseas reports of fish as large as 1.2 meters in length weighing 60 kg. Fish of up to 10 kg have been caught in Australia, but weights of around 4-5 kg are more common.
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