Carp - A freshwater fish par excellence. By some called the poor man's bonefish. - - Global FlyFisher

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A freshwater fish par excellence. By some called the poor man's bonefish.


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Carp Fly - McTage's Trouser Worm

It seems that one of the fastest growing segments in fly fishing is for carp, especially because they are such a great fighting fish! McTage's Trouser Worm, created by the owner of http://www.flycarpin.com, is a pattern that comes highly recommended in this niche of our great sport. Fish this pattern with confidence, and feel free to vary the color, with red being another effective selection.

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Carp on the fly

In the early summer The Whip Fly Fishing team traveled to the alps in the search for trout. However, no one had expected that Philip would end up catching a 13 kg carp as his first on a flyrod!

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Butt Muncher Carp Fly

A carp fly that will get its butt munched. Great pattern, so try it out. Tied by Clark "Cheech" Pierce
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Carp on Fly Adventure in Europe

Portugal, a European country where you can sight fish for carp in shallow water.

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Fly Fishing for Carp

It's one of the fastest growing and most exciting types of fly fishing and most fisherman won't expect it: carp. Sean Polk of Tailwaters Fly Fishing Co. explains why fly fishing for carp can be one of the best thrills on a fly rod.

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· Gotta try carp - Carp fishing with a fly has been suggested to me several times, but I never tried it.