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What is the best way to catch grass carp?

Asked: Axel Herbst, Last Updated:

Bait To Catch Grass Carp Since Grass Carp are herbivores, they love veggies. Many anglers use sweet corn, cherry tomatoes, watermelons, freshly cut grass from a swampy area, catfish food, small earth worms, or lima beans. Anglers will also mix canned corn with bread crumbs to make bait balls.

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