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Could it have been my post ?

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Since I posted about the carp I've arrowed on the lake I live,There have been archery carpers every day in the bay I live.All have had platforms on boats and 2-3 shooters in each boat,5 boats on the weekend and two yesterday (Mon.) 7AM today 2 more boats.

Seems there are lots of jackels on line,There has NEVER been anyone arrowin carp here other than me for years!

Anyone here been on Diamond???

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Could of been the pictures, could not of been. I think it could have to do with the growing of the sport. It seems to me a lot more people are doing bow fishing now more then ever.

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maybe it was the cup in the picture, probably they were looking for happy hour at that dock. just maybe.

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Specifics are never a good idea on this sight. Leaches everywere. General locations and what not are ok, but as soon as you give out a good report, or specific techniques, expect a croud.

It happened all the time this winter, summer will be no exception.

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Specifics are never a good idea on this sight. Leaches everywere. General locations and what not are ok, but as soon as you give out a good report, or specific techniques, expect a croud.

It happened all the time this winter, summer will be no exception.

What he said!

Yes it was your post!

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they were only carp. besides i am not sure where hes at.

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I never ever give specifics...unless you want a crowd.

I never state what lake I am fishing on...and I never even post a big fish on this HSOforum.

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Well I dont mind with the carp,But when I post for game fish I keep it general,If someone contacts me for specifics I do share but not on a fishin forum.I hope my past post on carp draws LOTS of archers!! Thin those babies out some!

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I agree with Glenn, "IT IS ONLY CARP" The more shooters the better I say, and raise the limit.

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Sparc

It took me about 45 seconds to find the post you had about selling the place. Then I went to Google Earth and typed it in and it zerod right in. In fact I saw you sitting in the yard today, but I wasn't able to see the big cup. The satellite is good, but not that good.

Tom

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