Carp Fishing Nearest To Bellingham?

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  1. HauntedByWaters

    HauntedByWaters Active Member

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    I keep reading about this. Sounds like a blast. I have fished bones in Florida, can't be too much harder....

    Anyway, looking for near places to try it. Any suggestions?

    If you don't wat to broadcast your spot to everyone here you can PM. I am VERY good at keeping a secret; I have about 5 of my own....;)
     
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    Don't know of any, but you could get the topo maps for the area lakes and look for the SHALLOW flats and then explore:thumb:
     
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    Just out of curiosity, what on earth will you fling for carp??
     
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    i second the carp wooley...good fly. i've been using a lot of rubber legged hare's ears and crayfish patterns, but lately my favorite fly has been a green fly that looks kind of like a damselfly. carp take the fly well if you get it right to them.
     

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