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Easy Carp Fishing Tips - Simple Bite Detection Tips and Huge Carp Catching Action

Hello folks, on today’s episode we’re going to be fishing for carp. We’ll be using a different set up to help with easier bite detection.

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Easy Carp Fishing Tips - Simple Bite Detection Tips and Huge Carp Catching Action

Sometime when a carp bites, you’ll really know it. Although sometimes carp will have a slow bite that can be difficult to spot. This setup works for those big, obvious bites, as well as the slow not-obvious bites.

For this setup we’re using a medium sized t-turn for the extra strength as it’s rated up to 50 lbs. From the t-turn we go 4 inches down to the sinker, and a much longer line out to a simple hook. The bobber however, is not to keep our line suspending, as we definitely want that longer line with the hook to rest right on the bottom.

The trick is to pull your bobber high enough on your line so the sinker does not pull the bobber below the surface of the water. You’ll want the bobber far enough just enough do that it can lay flat on the top of the water.

As soon as that bobber goes down… it’s time to set the hook!

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Until next time, good luck and good fishin’!

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