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What time of day is best for carp?

Asked: Paul Andrew Odabashian, Last Updated:

Morning Traditionally the best times of the day to catch carp are early morning, early evening or at night though they can be caught at anytime throughout the day. They feed more aggressively under cover of darkness and so dawn and dusk tend to be the most successful times.

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