A Report by http://www.carpfishingsouthafrica.co.za/ Fishing is a hobby or job for some people. Fishing is known to be the best job or best hobby for peace of mind. Fish are found in the lakes or in the rivers and in the oceans. Fishing is said to be catching of aquatic animals. According to statistics the number of commercial fishermen is estimated to be 38 million and which provides employment to more than 500
million people. Fishing is of many types and in this article we are going to learn about carp fishing. Carp is name of a fresh water fish which belongs to the family of cyprinidae. It is a very large group of fish native to Europe and Asia and now it is being introduced to various locations around the world. The Carp is said to be the Queen of the River, a Stately and a Subtil Fish. Carp Fishing can be done in many different types of water. It is being said that the largest crap in a given river may reside in the stretch between the beginning of the tidal influence and where the salinity becomes intolerable to the crap. A carp of 42.03 pounds was caught from the tidal stretch of the lower Connecticut River in southern Connecticut. Carpfishingsouthafrica provides an excellent adventure for carp fishing. Many dams and rivers in South Africa are well know for carp fishing. It contains many wild water rivers such as Doorndraai Dam in Limpopo, Fanie Botha Dam (Tzaneen Dam) in Tzaneen, Buffelspoort Dam in the North West and many more. South Africa have wild water with carp of above 10kg can be caught. All these dams have greater camping facility and a support for a secure fishing. carpfishingsouthafrica.co.za provides excellent tips and guidelines for a happy and successful carp fishing. Whether its choosing the right dam or whether about the fishing equipments, Our company provides a Guide for Carp Fishing. Visit our Website for more information on Carp Fishing.
Published on Oct 28, 2013
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