Friday, June 5, 2015

Cool Weather Favors Better Fishing

The cool weather of this week  has led to some good
fishing for fish in the 10-20 lb. range. Daytime fishing
should remain good in this cool weather.
Normally, in most years carp fishing is slowing down at this time due to the warming weather and warming water. This year's beginning of June has featured much cooler weather, and I believe that cool weather has extended the very good fishing that was taking place in late May.  For me, this good fishing has continued right into June with daytime fishing being very good.
This has been another good week of fishing for me with 20 carp on the bank.  And, many of those fish have been quality size with numerous 20 pounders.  Biggest for the week went 23 lbs. The hot bait continues to be a combo bait of sweet corn and artificial pop-up corn fished on the hair rig.  I will say that pests (turtles, horned pout and bluegills) have also been a problem at times and the bait should be checked fairly often to make sure the sweet corn is still on the hair.

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