Carp fishing remains popular to date because caps are well known freshwater fish. They flourish all around Asia, America, Europe, and other parts of the world.
There are many different species of carp fishing, including the common carp, mirror carp, grass carp, ghost carp, and crucian carp. Each species has its feeding habits, water climate and capturing method. The key successful carp fishing is first to understand and get to the carp.
The most common carps are one of the most tolerant varieties of carp and can be found in large bodies of calm water. They are one of the most preferred carp to fish and can be caught by traditional hook and line. While the more adventurous fisherman may attempt spearing or bow fishing.
Carp are extremely valued and tricky to hook, which plays a large part of the allure of trying to catch them. Common carp can weigh up to 40 kilograms (88 lbs), making for quite a resistance between both the angler and fish alike.