Carp like mulberries?!

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Re: Carp like mulberries?!

Postby NWIangler » Jun Sun 18, 2017 6:14 pm

slugger33 wrote:Catfish eat mulberrys as well. Nice catches


Lol, youre right! I got him today.
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Re: Carp like mulberries?!

Postby slugger33 » Jun Sun 18, 2017 9:32 pm

I fish a pit near Brazil that has mulberry trees i vaught 2 small cats under them last summer and there bellys where stuffed with berrys
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Re: Carp like mulberries?!

Postby turk » Jun Mon 19, 2017 1:05 am

Good job bud! I tie them with purple deer hair and green foam stems. I've caught a couple lunkers last year. I gotta get back down to dyer and try that ditch

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Re: Carp like mulberries?!

Postby handyandy » Jun Mon 19, 2017 11:19 am

Nice job that awesome. I may have to make something similar for white I always see carps in slack water shallows I'm sure they eat them down here too. Another note good while back I remember we had a really big cicada fly hatch seemed everything was eating those things cats, bass, carp, panfish. Caught a lot of fish that summer just by throwing live cicada on a bare hook.
why does everything have to get in the way of fishing and hunting?

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