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As I sat in my chair, nestled amidst the shoreline vegetation of a local pond, my body was at rest, content. Nevertheless, I remained vigilant, frequently repositioning my line and tossing in small bits of bait. I was hoping to attract and hold the attention of hungry fish, which I strongly suspected were using the area.
A proposal to allow multiple lines for carp fishing on Ontario shorelines would give anglers more opportunity and have a significant economic impact on communities that host the thriving fishery, enthusiasts agree.
Most people scoff at carp. Then again, most people have never caught one. To catch them on a fly is one of fishing’s greatest challenges.
Aquatic invaders have been living in Ontario lakes and rivers for decades. Studies say over 185 non-native aquatic species are present in the Great Lakes basin, and more are being discovered every year in Ontario.
Peak-season trophy action is later than you think.
Carp fishing in its simplest form is inexpensive. Yet, for those who wish to, there's a lifetime of refinements to be made and all kinds of gadgetry to collect.
"I love carp fishing!" I felt like a kid who blurted out something he wasn't supposed to say. Looking sheepishly at my partner, I paused momentarily, before the reel started to scream again.