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What size carp can I catch on 12lb line?

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A skilled fisherman can catch a very big fish on 12 lbs line. The record for 6 lbs test line is over 700 lbs black marlin. You should be able to handle a 20 lbs fish without too much problem, but you should follow the following: Buy good line: Premium line is more consistent in diameter.

FAQ

  • What do you soak fish in to get rid of fishy taste?

    Soak the fish covered in water with salt and sugar for 10-30 min. About 2 tbsp of salt and the same amount of sugar when using a cup of water. After soaking, rinse the fish, then rub in the same amount of salt and sugar (like a dry rub). You can add some black pepper too, if you like.

  • Can you put shrimp in a pond?

    You can introduce most shrimp to your pond without threatening any of their neighbors or your plants. ... Freshwater shrimp are bottom feeders who feed on algae and plant root systems. Because of that, they can thrive while also not competing directly with your fish for food.

  • What is the dolphins favorite food?

    Dolphins are carnivores and eat a variety of small fish, squid and shrimp. The large mammals sometimes hunt in groups but also feed alone. Researchers have found that dolphins, like humans, can acquire tastes for different things. Some dolphins prefer to eat mackerel or herring while others favor squid.

  • What color bait is best for night fishing?

    As with all night fishing lures, use a dark colored worm like black and blue or junebug. Dark colored lures stand out better at night because they create a defined silhouette underwater.

  • Is it OK to heat up smoked salmon?

    It is best to reheat your salmon in the oven. Microwaving is not the best choice when reheating fish because it can make your smoked salmon soggy and leave cold spots, which can harbor dangerous bacteria that can make you ill. ... Fish can dry out when it is reheated, so it's best to reheat it in sauce or butter.

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