Carp Fishing In France Catching Big Fish At St Amand – Carp Video Series Part (1 of 3)

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Carp fishing in France on a Carp fishing holiday catching big fish to over 46lb. Fishing with a big spread of bait with simple carp rigs using snowmans and popups over the silt. The biggest fish is caught from the venue called “Floppy Tail” by Chris Westley and his fishing partner Paul Baldock bags big carp to 30lb with double runs a plenty. This is part 1 of 3 fishing films filmed in France so theres more carp to come from St Amand leisure.
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*Carp Fishing* 2015 Carpheadbangers At Chateau Moulin Part 4/4

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CHATEAU MOULIN is a 42-acre lake surrounded by luscious oak and pine forests, located near Limoges in the Limousin region of France. this has to be an ideal venue for my carp fishing holiday in France.

Established in the 11th century by monks, Chateau Moulin is now a well-established, fully mature lake containing large beds of lilies which help to support a whole host of insect life in this environment. Further up the food chain we have the large numbers of original carp (both common and mirror) living in the lake, which have reached considerable size. Also to be found are impressive solure, zander and pike.
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“A Carp Fishing Holiday” Furzebray Lakes

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The on the bank angling team head to Furzebray lakes for a weeks Carp fishing. With fish to well over 40 pounds in the lake could they catch a real monster and break their personal bests. Follow them through the week and find out!
Tips and tactics. Highs and lows. Joy and frustration. This video has it all. Enjoy!

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