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Carpy Movies

Here's a hand-picked selection of longer carpy content from the likes of Tom Maker and Tony Patrick Davies
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The Golden Pursuit of the King Carp - 'Carp Up Close' is an hour long documentary following young fishing star Tom 'The Machine' Maker and his quest to catch a magical forty pound Carp, the fish all dedicated anglers pursue but few achieve. Narrated by Nick Hancock the film contains stunning scenes with big carp action and a massive UK caught Catfish. 
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In the first episode of Carp Adventures - Africa from Globetrotter World Tony travels to South Africa to see if he can't tempt some carp to his bait. Part travelogue, part wildlife documentary, part fishing film, on this adventure he's joined by longtime fishing companions Dean, Gary and John. Within hours of arriving they land a big mirror carp - and there's more in store, including some serious African weather that forces them to reconsider their location.They fish a huge lake that forms the focal point of a large private game reserve, but have to contend with big African animals, and severe floods. On these big lakes, they make good use of canoes to give themselves the best chance of hooking up. 
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Episode two sees Tony and friends fish a number of lakes, including a 2000 acre wild lake called Spingbok, which presents the challenge of finding wild carp on the huge waters.Amid the stunning scenery of Africa’s high veldt and the peaks of the Drakensberg mountains, surrounded by rhino, hippo, this is wild fishing in the truest sense of the word. Despite a catalogue of set backs including more storms, broken lines and… inquisitive hippos they remain confident when they hit their third 2000 acre lake of the trip, and that confidence eventually pays off, as several gorgeous fish are brought to the net. As well as lots of carp fishing action, Tony joins some local lads targeting big bass. 
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Jerry Hammond returns with an awesome sequel to the original "Compulsive Angler" with more passion, more tips and tactics and some stunning fish from one of the Colne Valley's finest day ticket waters Thorney Weir. 
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Tony Davies-Patrick, the globetrotting angler, returns to the home of some of the biggest carp in the world: France. He visits a number of lakes, in the company of his fishing buddy "Big Ron". Since Tony's a keen wildlife photographer, there's some great scenery, animal and birdlife in this film, as well as some serious carp. 
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The gallic adventure continues and Tony and team head to Brocard and Lac Des Lesmont to see if they can't beat their excellent record so far on this trip. Some silty - and big - waters require some specific tactics and long-range fishing. Expect Tony's usual gentle presenting style and plenty of other wildlife alongside with the fishing. 
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Tony Davies-Patrick is back in Italy and there are some massive carp to be caught, so he's prepared to take his time and wait out some less than perfect conditions. Tony gets his scuba gear out to provide some great underwater shots. 
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Starting off in Italy's Lake Maggiore, a water measured in kilometers, presents some unique challenges, before Tony heads to the Canary Island of Gran Canaria, where he and his friends capture some stunning fish. 
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In this hour and half film one of the UK's top carp fishing coaches Ian MacMillan shares his wealth of knowledge on carp fishing. Filmed at a private syndicate lake, known to hold stunning carp, there's no better looking instructional film available.Ian covers all the topics that he gets asked about most often, from spooling a reel to fish handling and care. With several fish in the net over the course of the film, there's a great mix of hints and tips and fishing action. 
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Carpland
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Carpland is a documentary-style adventure film about the history of carp in the United States. This non-native invasive species was introduced to U.S. waterways as a food source, and quickly spread to almost every state within a century.Carp pose a significant threat to numerous wild ecosystems and native flora and fauna. They’re also an adaptive species, thriving in waterways too damaged by pollution to support native species – providing angling opportunities for urban populations. Carp’s short history in North America spawns many questions about their role and future here. The film investigates these questions, and more. Filmed on location in California, Pacific Northwest, Illinois, Michigan and more. 
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