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What Catches More Carp, Corn or Boilies? (Shore Fishing for Carp)

I’m here with Antonio, the boatless angler today fishing for carp. When it comes to fishing the shore lines, there’s a lot of great boatless angler opportunities for carp fishing, especially along the shores of Lake Erie Ontario.

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What Catches More Carp, Corn or Boilies?

Today we’re running a T-Turn sliding sinker rig, complete with a standard sinker with lines to two hooks. Although today we’re trying something special with bait. Normally we would fish with corn, however since many states and provinces do not allow corn as bait, we figured we’re put different baits to the test to find out if people are “missing out” if they are unable to use corn as bait.

We aim to answer the question: what catches more carp, corn or boilies?

When it comes to fishing line, today we’re spooled up with ThunderBraid with a ThunderCarbon leader. One great advantage to using braided fishing line when fishing for carp, is that you can add more line to your spool - which helps with those powerful carp make a run for it.

We had a tremendous day on the shore today as we landed a surprising amount of carp.

Which do you think was better, corn or boilies? The answer might surprise you.

If you’d like to get your own T-Turns or ThunderBraid, you can get them here:
ThunderBraid, and ThunderCarbon:

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Until next time, good luck and good fishin’!

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