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Hi there,

 

I would like to thank all of you RF team for this magnificent experience and success:

 

Fish: Chum salmon

Water: Yama river

Spot: 209:174

Time: 13:54

Rig: Ultra light

The fight ended at the southern-east edge of the island and I had to lock the reel. (Dear children, NEVER EVER lock your reel! 🙂 ))

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The Ultra Light absolute record:

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The general absolute record:

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And the setup, created by the great men and women working at the fantastic company Zeiman, by utilizing their enermous experience and knowledge:

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6 hours ago, LavaRacing said:

Volk 71:100

25 clip

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Please put the 'White-eye bream' in the text as well, otherwise the search function will not find it.  Thanks.

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Hi there,

 

recently I saw some hysteria about that 'ah, PVA is too strong, you can not catch anything without it...' (do not take it personaly if you are not among them).

So I decided to post about two trophy carp what I caught without PVA (since I have only 62.1% making groundbait, I could not even use it).

Fish: Linear carp

Water: Amber lake

Spot: 84:146

Clip: 35

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Dry mix:

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As you can see there was not boili (neither crushed, nor whole) even on the spod rig.

So if you want a trophy carp you should not be just envy for those who have PVA but use your experience to create the best tackle you can and have some patience. Good luck 🙂

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And the next carp trophy without PVA:

 

Fish: Common carp

Water: Amber lake

Spot: 84:146

Clip: 35

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Setup:

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Dry mix:

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Not bad on a 12 kg Match rod, eh?! 🙂

Good luck, tight lines!

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5 minutes ago, Zed895 said:

Hi there,

 

recently I saw some hysteria about that 'ah, PVA is too strong, you can not catch anything without it...' (do not take it personaly if you are not among them).

So I decided to post about two trophy carp what I caught without PVA (since I have only 62.1% making groundbait, I could not even use it).

Fish: Linear carp

Water: Amber lake

Spot: 84:146

Clip: 35

rf4_4.0.17752_20220104_202224.thumb.png.790517845689e7226e298d251edc7670.png

 

Dry mix:

rf4_4.0.17752_20220104_202240.thumb.png.b3b26772f784524afb154bfc3e0323ab.png

As you can see there was not boili (neither crushed, nor whole) even on the spod rig.

So if you want a trophy carp you should not be just envy for those who have PVA but use your experience to create the best tackle you can and have some patience. Good luck 🙂

rf4_4.0.17752_20220104_202426.png

 

Sorry, there is a typo: this one was on a method rig, so the second picture is wrong, but the main point is the same, since no PVA for method rig. Sorry for the inconvenience (maybe a moderator could delete the picture about the classic carp hair rig)

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The amber lake - Common barbel

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Location: 67:157 peg 1

Clip 35 SE

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Setup: Hinged stiff rig

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Some caught using Garlic & mussel pop up 16 + caviar pop up 16 / Garlic & mussel pop up 16 + Oyster pop up 16.

 

Net:

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1 hour ago, JaggedRiz said:

The amber lake - Common barbel

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Location: 67:157 peg 1

Clip 35 SE

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Setup: Hinged stiff rig

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Some caught using Garlic & mussel pop up 16 + caviar pop up 16 / Garlic & mussel pop up 16 + Oyster pop up 16.

 

Net:

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Common carp - info as above.

 

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The amber lake - Ide

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Location: 120:155

Clip: 20 Just right of south ( forward)

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Setup: Hinged stiff rig

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Baits:

1: Caviar red+yellow corn

2: Caviar red corn

3: caviar yellow corn

 

Net:

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