Fish Facts: Everything You Wanted to Know About the Common Carp But Were Afraid to Ask - Orvis News
Carp may be an invasive species, but many fly fishers love them. Photo courtesy Mike Mazzoni Unlike trout, common carp (Cyprinus carpio) are unattractive, slimy, feed almost exclusively below the surface, and rarely inhabit clear mountain streams—choosing instead to live in turbid or brackish waters. For these reasons, the species was denigrated as a “trash fish” by . . .
Pictures of leaping salmon - Drowning Worms
We recently spotted these pictures of leaping salmon taken by Fly Fishing Forum member Cap'n Fishy. They were shot at Buchanty Spout, Scotland. More...
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