Something different this episode as Paul Worsteling heads to Wyangala Dam in the heart of New South Wales for some Carp fishing on the fly. Its pretty windy so after finding a sheltered bay, Paul and guide, Ken Smith patrol the shore and start stalking cruising carp. These European Carp aren't particularly welcome in Australia to say the least. Brought here in the 1850's they have infiltrated many river systems and can account for up to 70% of the biomass in some rivers and are therefore dramatically affecting stocks of native species. Both Common Carp and Mirror Carp reside here and sight fishing for them in shallow water is the preferred tactic, plus they put up quite a scrap on a fly rod. The Carp fishing at Wyangala Dam is great so if you live down under, make the most of it whilst these fish are still around as there are many efforts underway to rid the waterways of this invasive species.