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March 19, 2008

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A Beautiful Carp?

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Todays post is simple and as carp are still fresh on the brain I thought I'd give you what I consider a stunning photo of a carp from our friend Joey. Not sure how he made such a beautiful picture with such an ugly fish...

Enjoy,

Tim

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Blue Ox

Cool!
I dig the way this fish sorta looks blue in color with the yellow on his face and fins. Not sure if it's a trick of the light or whatnot but still a very nifty pic. Kudos!

conway bowman

I love carp!! man, that is a great shot.

carp are one of the finest freshwater fish on the fly!!!

great to see them on the site

conman

Paul Sharman

Conman - get thee to Lake Morena - it will be happening soon and you'd better get some for me! Great to see F&S still championing the cause to get this great sporting species some respect. The carp is the Rodney Dangerfield of US fishing!

Eric

Neat photo, Carp do rule! That one's a little small though.

Its the fly in his mouth. Because everything that is flyfishing is refined.

tim

fly in the mouth? come on... there could have been a bread ball doused in egg yolk hanging out and it still would have been gorgeous. it's the photographer.

Jon Malovich

All things considered,first it is one of the best photos I have seen in regards to Carp and the Fly, kudos!

as for catching them it is one of the toughest fish in the fresh water world to get on a fly and then landing them is a whole other story.
Great Pic!

JMal.




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