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what is the best rig to use for carp fishing?

gd tips on which bait to use as well?

Asked By: adam green - 7/22/2009
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I would say that all of the other answers on here are American, so let me give you an English Point of view as you dont say where abouts your fishing... More
Answered By: cantcatchmark - 7/22/2009
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You'll need a heavy line and rod and reel. Snake your line through a sinker with hole going through it. A treble hook is attatched to the end. Make sure the sinker is heavy enough to hold your line under water. check that the line slides easily through the sinker. cover you hook with bait and cast it out. No... More
Answered By: VINCE - 7/22/2009
 
corn on a hook. Throw in a few handfuls when you arrive at your spot to chum them in.
Answered By: Bob - 7/22/2009
 
use a treble hook with a piece of stink bait and set it on the bottom. If that doesnt work, just chum with bread or corn and float a bread ball about 2-3 feet under the surface..Have fun ----Hope this helps---
Answered By: Outdoorsman - 7/22/2009
 
I would say to go with a good stiff rod and some 20 pound test spider wire and a good stout reel. I personaly like to use a swivle and hook my weights to it then from your swivle tie about 2 feet of line with your hook a trieble hook would work good and some stink bait would work i'm a fan of chicken liver or hot dogs... More
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Answered By: FUZED - 7/22/2009
 
You DO NOT want to have 20 lb. test. Carp are a smart fish, believe it or not, and are very very line shy. The carp that you do catch on the high lb. test are going to be the small carp (1-3 lbs.) and that defeats the whole purpose of using the heavy line! Use anywhere from 8-12 lb., maybe even 14 lb. test. NO higher... More
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Answered By: The Carp Master - 7/22/2009
 
As can'tcatch mentioned, the bolt rig with a hair rig hook is the best. It is the way the english and europeans fish for them, as carp is the number 1 game fish over there... More
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Answered By: Eddy Duffles - 7/22/2009
 
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