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Fly fishing for carp

Carp fishing on the fly is becoming increasing popular - check out this selection to see why
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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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In this episode bad weather postpones a trout fishing trip, so rising star of the fly fishing world Marina Gibson joins Carl and Alex to try to catch a carp on the fly. 
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Nick takes his fly rod onto lakes and canals to show how to catch fish like pike and carp on your fly fishing gear. 
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Rich and Trev brush up their fly fishing skills on rainbows before trying to tempt carp off the surface with deers hair imitation mixers... 
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Mahseer, the name given to a number of different carp species native to the Indian subcontinent and southern Asia. But these are no ordinary carp. Known to British anglers in the Raj as Indian Salmon, they’re an important game and food fish across the region.In The Fish of My Dreams, British angler Stu Walker heads into the Indian Himalayas, close to the boarder with Nepal, to the snow-fed Kali and Sarju Rivers to try to catch the fish he’s been dreaming of for ten years - a Himalayan Golden Mahseer. This is not fishing for the faint hearted: four hour treks and flycamps, not to mention the lurking danger of hungry leopards which prowl the riverbank after dark. But will he catch that fish he’s been dreaming about for so long? 
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