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    Default Carp on Fly!

    I had a bad day at the office on Saturday. The dam I wish close toe Bloem was difficult.
    Al the fish that was feeding well a week ago, where just lying around sun bathing.

    Time of day was about 12:00…

    The water have been rising a fast. The moon was full…. The water was hot hot hot….

    Any one any idee, or similar experience???

    I know they are difficult to catch when sun bathing… I dipped and a few Flies in front of them. Did not help at all… No takes!

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    So wat jy praat stront en as jy nie van die replies hou begin jy 'n nuwe thread met dieselfde heading?
    Gerrit Viljoen

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    Hy mnr, ek geniet vlieg hengel nes jy.... Duidelik is ek op die vekeerde forum om te wil praat oor Karp hengel.... Ja, ek het die vorige thread begin.... Na die aanmerkings wat daar oor Karp gemaak is wil ek nie op dit voortgegaan het nie.... Die idee is mekaar te help.... Daar is n se ding, as jy nie iets goed het om te se nie, se eder niks nie.... So help my reg.... Ek sien daar word gepraat oor trout, meer as n 1000 threads.... Is karp enigsins welkom hier....????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Largie Whisperer View Post
    So wat jy praat stront en as jy nie van die replies hou begin jy 'n nuwe thread met dieselfde heading?
    Uncalled for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ula View Post
    Hy mnr, ek geniet vlieg hengel nes jy.... Duidelik is ek op die vekeerde forum om te wil praat oor Karp hengel.... Ja, ek het die vorige thread begin.... Na die aanmerkings wat daar oor Karp gemaak is wil ek nie op dit voortgegaan het nie.... Die idee is mekaar te help.... Daar is n se ding, as jy nie iets goed het om te se nie, se eder niks nie.... So help my reg.... Ek sien daar word gepraat oor trout, meer as n 1000 threads.... Is karp enigsins welkom hier....????????
    Praat waaroor jy wil, even Karp is welkom hier maar as jy nie van die replies hou nie moenie 'n nuwe thread begin nie anders gaan ons met 100 "Carp on fly" threads sit.

    Quote Originally Posted by core fly View Post
    Uncalled for.
    Why? So if you don't like the replies in a thread you started, you create a new one with the exact same heading hoping to not receive challenging replies again?Come now John.
    Gerrit Viljoen

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    This specific thread was a question regarding why he struggled,but yes he maybe headed it wrong,thats all.

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    I sincerely hope you guys continue to discuss Carp I find it interesting even though it's not my thing was just trying to get a message across to Ula. You always get indifferent responses not necessary to start a new thread tuff it out that's all happy new year I'm just finishing up some work before I'm gonna take a few splashes in the pool and have a hele paar Cream Sodatjies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Ek verstaan wat jy se, nie besef mens moet op een thread bly nie. Soos julle kan sien is ek nuut op die forum.... Hou in gedagte dat die idee van die threads wat ek begin het is om sommer net te kan chat, wat dalk vir die een n dom vraag is, kan die ander by leer. Daar is baie om te leer oor Karp.... En sal van my vrae van tyd tot tyd stupid klink.....Happy new year!!!

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    hey all...

    as much as arguing is fun, let's get back to the reason for the thread...

    Ula, i dont have a huge amount of experience catching carp in open water, more in rivers. i have had a lot of success with small black and natural coloured buggers very lightly weighted to hover in the water.

    also, buggy hare's ear nymphs work well...
    some have had success using algae flies when they are sipping off the surface. just cast into the area and wait for them to suck it in...

    perseverence is always the key to any successes...keep at it bud
    bushveld scalies - worth the blood, sweat and tears

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