If you’re passionate about carp fishing, then selling up in the UK, moving to France and running a commercial carp lake is the dream of many UK carp anglers. But it can be a challenging & frustrating task just to find the right lake. This series of 3 articles aims to give you a list of Do’s & Do Not’s that could save you lots of time and money.
However the brine is not PVA friendly so if using a tuna and pellet mix it is best to drain the brine off and add a little hemp oil or a PVA friendly oil to the dry flakes to produce a very effective ground bait.
The great thing about carp is that they prefer slow moving or still water. This is great news for your blood pressure, as the environment in which you’ll be fishing is likely to be very calm and tranquil. Even if you don’t catch anything, it’s a lovely way to spend a few hours. Many enthusiasts have found so great a pleasure in this pastime, that there is a niche market in carp Fischen in Ungarn which will cater for the professional or novice’s every need.
Other issues to check are the difficulty level of fishing in the lake of your prospect venue. Make sure it matches up to your skill and knowledge in fishing. Bear in mind that, this is often associated with the size of the fishing lake. It’ll be simpler for you to fish in a lake which has a size similar to the one you’re used to fishing usually. So, in case you’re accustomed to fishing in small waters look for a comparable sized lake in France. By saying this, I do not mean small waters are simple to fish. In fact certain smaller waters can even be extremely difficult to fish. So keep in mind to look into the catch reports on the website.
Our advice on location is to decide how far you believe carp anglers will travel for a week’s carp fishing… and then do not compromise on that decision! Travel is expensive and not everyone wants to drive for hours to get to a venue. It’s a fine line but one you have to decide on.
When reading the description, check all the details; How do you get there? Are meals included? Are there toilets and showers? What bait and tackle do you need? Etc.
When all is said and done, and however much you spend on carp fishing tackle and fancy new bait flavours, it is up to the fish to decide whether or not they feel like taking it!. In conclusion then, the most important thing to remember when going carp fishing is to take along your patience!