|Here's a fifteen pounder from this morning heading toward the|
net. We are in a summer slowdown with less fish and
Here are a few tips on how to catch in the summer months:
*Fish the cooler times of the day.....mornings, evenings and nighttime.
*Rainy days will also produce. The crappier the weather, the better the fishing.
*Work the shady areas. Carp are creatures of comfort. They like to sit in the sun and warm themselves when the weather is cold, but they will seek the cool shade on hot days.
*Take what you can get. In the spring I am targeting big fish. In the summer, I will go for any size fish.
*Moving water is more effective. I like to fish rivers in the summer. The fish are more active in the moving water.
*Continue to prebait if you can and prebait multiple spots. I like to move around and often fish several spots in a few hours.