Last night I had a few dozen carp laugh and point at my feeble attempt at fishing for them. I'm here to admit I have no idea how to catch carp and past success at it was purely dumb luck. I am planning a rematch and need help on a game plan. I was fishing Lake Tapps which is still very low. There's a channel on one side of my dad's property that's now has 1-2.5 feet of water in any given place. There were actively feeding carp everywhere in this channel. I threw buggers of many different colors as well as damsel nymphs with a intermediate sinking like so that my fly would pass in front of them as they were moving in/out of the channel. They weren't at all interested in what I had or how I presented it. What should I try next time? Small bead head nymph under an indicator?