How To Surface Fish for Carp

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Surface Fishing For Carp

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At long range this can act as an indicator when its difficult to see the bait Its best to have the controller set at least five foot (1.5 metres) from the hook to avoid spooking the fish . Sometimes the fish might even be out of the controllers casting range so we can add a lead to the line and fish a sliding controller set-up as follows

 


If carp in a water have been caught on the standard floater setups quite a bit they can become wary of the line attached to the hook lying across the water.In this case we can use the "Beachcaster set-up" as follows

 

 


As you can see from the diagram no line touches the water so its very difficult for the carp to spot the hookbait from the free offerings. In the UK some waters have banned this method as it is too good !




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