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How to Catch Carp in Winter

Let's start by remembering that carp metabolism is closely related to water temperature. Which means their temperature will come down and enter a state of torpor. Also their search for food and consequent digestion will slow down, thus…

Karper 115 – Winter Special

Wie droomt er niet van om een mooie karper in de sneeuw te vangen? Gerben Lievers ging de uitdaging aan in Frankrijk en hij werd samen met zijn vismaten, ondanks een heuse sneeuwblizzard, beloond voor het doorzetten. Wanneer je een…

Carp adventure in Pennsylvania

I don’t normally do social fishing too often; Over time I have found myself more often than not fishing alone. Don’t get me wrong I do enjoy the company of other anglers from time to time.  I guess after a while you just get use to

Preview KARPER 113

De nieuwe karper magazine editie 113 is nu verkrijgbaar. Zoals altijd staat het blad weer vol met belevenissen, tips en tricks op het gebied van Karpervissen. Zowel Nederlandse als buitenlandse avonturen komen weer aan bod. Karper

Out of the Depths

How deep do carp like water when feeding? The answer to this question is hard to answer with any certainty. However, I can give my opinion about this subject.  All carp are different and all waters are different as well, but I would

Autumn Love

The end of autumn is one of the best times of the year for catching big fish. In public waters, rich of natural food, normally those fish are very hard to catch because they are used to eating the naturals they find in their environment…

Joe Turnbull’s Winter Carp Bait Tips

JT’S CARP BAIT WINTER TIPS INSECT-APPEAL It’s generally common knowledge, if you’re up on your water craft that at certain times of the year, fly hatches can be a very interesting thing to note when you’re looking for carp. Not only is…