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What do you use to catch a grass carp?

Asked: Sylvain Lemieux, Date Created:

Cherry tomatoes are the secret weapon. Allow the reel to free spool. Grass carp will drop any bait that offers resistance. The line should remain slack until they eat the bait; then, reel the slack in slowly and set the hook.

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