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Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby BigHunt » Sun Aug 04, 2013 3:59 am

BEST DAY YET!!!!! 11 carp, missed several....

im heading out in a little bit if any one wants to join me?!!!! :mrgreen: 8-)







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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby dan » Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:21 am

:clap: :dance: 8-)
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby Stanley » Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:32 am

You kill them. Good job on the carp.
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby U.P. bownut » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:02 am

Great job man! I have been watching your posts about shooting carp and its making my wife and me want to try it. Is there anything you can do with them other than fertilize? I would like to have one mounted with an arrow sticking out of its back.
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby BigHunt » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:08 am

U.P. bownut wrote:Great job man! I have been watching your posts about shooting carp and its making my wife and me want to try it. Is there anything you can do with them other than fertilize? I would like to have one mounted with an arrow sticking out of its back.


that would be interesting.


not much to do with a trash fish :mrgreen:
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby Dewey » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:13 am

Good job Tyler! You are a carp killing machine. Keep up the good work and kill them all. 8-)
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby BigHunt » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:25 am

here is a carp my freinds brother texted me about a mounth ago...WHAT A SLOB!!! 22 pounds got him on big cedar during a bow fishing tournament earlier this spring!!! he said we will go out in couple weeks when there back in the shallows :dance:


just thought I would share!!!






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Postby Bowhunting Brian » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:00 am

U.P. bownut wrote:Great job man! I have been watching your posts about shooting carp and its making my wife and me want to try it. Is there anything you can do with them other than fertilize? I would like to have one mounted with an arrow sticking out of its back.


I have heard they are ok to eat if you smoke them......nice shooting BigHunt.
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby Dewey » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:08 am

In spring/early summer you should check out the north end of Long Lake and into Tittle Lake. More than likely they are still around there now. While fishing I have seen some huge carp in the shallows up to 30 lbs. Pretty sure a kid killed the state record there a few years ago.

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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby BigHunt » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:11 am

Dewey wrote:In spring/early summer you should check out the north end of Long Lake and into Tittle Lake. More than likely they are still around there now. While fishing I have seen some huge carp in the shallows up to 30 lbs. Pretty sure a kid killed the state record there a few years ago.

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weres tittle lake???
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby Dewey » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:27 am

BigHunt wrote:
Dewey wrote:In spring/early summer you should check out the north end of Long Lake and into Tittle Lake. More than likely they are still around there now. While fishing I have seen some huge carp in the shallows up to 30 lbs. Pretty sure a kid killed the state record there a few years ago.

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weres tittle lake???

Small bay on the north end of Long Lake by Bensons Bar otherwise known as the UFO Bar.

http://m.jsonline.com/sports/outdoors/t ... 17255.html

http://www.gameandfishmag.com/2012/06/1 ... cord-carp/
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Postby DEERSLAYER » Sun Aug 04, 2013 8:56 am

U.P. bownut wrote:Great job man! I have been watching your posts about shooting carp and its making my wife and me want to try it. Is there anything you can do with them other than fertilize? I would like to have one mounted with an arrow sticking out of its back.

I have heard that the little ones (under 12") are good eating.

You can also use them to feed Black Soldier Fly Larva which you can then raise chickens on (ducks and other birds like them too). The larva is very high in protein and fat. They can make short work of the fish (or anything else... table scraps, grain, etc.) and they conveniently deposit themselves in a container or on the ground when they mature. They are supposed to be great fishing bait as well and are known as "Phoenix worms" at bait shops or pet stores. You could probably make decent money selling the larva to bait shops. Some people use the larva to feed/raise fish as part of an aquaponics or aquaculture system too.

There is a lot more than this about them on youtube. I actually think this is pretty cool.

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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby Jackson Marsh » Sun Aug 04, 2013 9:14 am

Great job BigHunt!!!

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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby hunter_mike » Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:50 am

Awesome shooting BigHunt!!! Getting some use out of the new kayak i see. Is it pretty tough shooting while sitting? Where do you put them after you shoot them?


Also really awesome information DEerslayer.
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Re: Absolutely SLAYED the carp yesterday!!

Postby BigHunt » Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:27 am

hunter_mike wrote:Awesome shooting BigHunt!!! Getting some use out of the new kayak i see. Is it pretty tough shooting while sitting? Where do you put them after you shoot them?


Also really awesome information DEerslayer.

at first it was but I got it down know.....I bring a rope and use it as a stringer and string them up to the back .....lol some times they can splash around a lot and I feel like shooting them again :twisted: :lol:
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