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This was my personal Best 6lb Carp

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1 This was my personal Best 6lb Carp on Mon Mar 04, 2013 12:17 pm

Idratherbefishing


Bobber
Bobber
We got the best action with a spinnerbait
1st one caught by me

2nd one by my brother in law

and we ended up with 2 6lbs Carps and 2 2lbs Carp and a 2lbs trout caught on salmon eggs

2 Re: This was my personal Best 6lb Carp on Mon Mar 04, 2013 12:28 pm

Fisher


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nice wtg where was that at

3 Re: This was my personal Best 6lb Carp on Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:08 pm

Idratherbefishing


Bobber
Bobber
Lake hemet

4 Re: This was my personal Best 6lb Carp on Wed Mar 13, 2013 2:25 am

leftcross


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is carp edible?

5 Re: This was my personal Best 6lb Carp on Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:58 am

Fisher


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yes u can eat carp but most perfer not to

6 Re: This was my personal Best 6lb Carp on Wed Mar 13, 2013 3:46 pm

TheAsianGuy


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Carp is great to eat, especially when it's that small. Anything more than 5lbs, it's a bit too fatty. Just make sure to remove the mud veins from the meat before eating. Smoked meat, then stir fried with green scallions is the ticket, seasoned with lemon pepper, garlic, and olive oil, with a bit of sea salt to make the taste comes alive.

As for Lake Hemet, I wouldn't eat out of that lake. Same goes for Canyon Lake, Lake Menifee, or Lake Skinner, especially for carp that exceed more than 4lbs. Anything between 2 to 3lbs, good to go.

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