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Tidal carp

Post by Gray1979 on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:16 pm

Evening all.o
Got a bit bored of a small club lake i fish at the mo, now the better weather has arrived so has a few more anglers.
Looking for a new challenge till the weather turns again. Never fished for tidal carp and was wondering if it makes any difference fishing with the tide on the up, down or no difference atall. Im thinking just get the spots pre baited and get the rods in. Just curious if anyone has noticed a difference.
Cheers Graham.

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Re: Tidal carp

Post by Goose. on Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:08 am

My local river seems to fish best on the last couple of hours of the ebb and the first two or three of the flood but all rivers may not be the same, only way to know is to fish all states and keep records.

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Re: Tidal carp

Post by norwich lad on Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:08 pm

I fish the yare and wensum tidal's and have found when the tide is on the way up better. much like you say baiting up close range for a few nights then fish abag pellet on furthest rod while either watching a bait under the rod tip in daylight or lift method at dusk/evening. fished like this for many yrs and enjoy the buzz catching fish within a rod length out on simple tactics.

bream can be a problem if they find the bait before the carp though..
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Re: Tidal carp

Post by HAPPYANGLERALEX on Mon Jan 14, 2013 8:09 am

hi,
many years ago I used to visit for hols a place in northern spain, where a river ran into the sea, and you could see carp swimming in the bracken water and the locals fished in that area, the carp would shoal and swim up and down river, from salt/bracken/fresh.

I wonder if this happens anywhere here.

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Re: Tidal carp

Post by Kevin on Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:43 pm

Christchurch Harbour Wink
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Re: Tidal carp

Post by HAPPYANGLERALEX on Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:59 pm

Kevin wrote:Christchurch Harbour Wink


hi, so those sea salt boilies in the lakes may work?
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