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CARP FISHING IN KYPROS

Postby wishiwasbackincyprus » Sun Feb 26, 2006 9:49 pm

DOES ANYONE GO CARP FISHING ON THIS FORUM IN KYPROS WENT ON A TRIP TOO ACHNNA DAM TWO YEARS AGO WHEN I WAS ON HOLIDAY DIDNT CATCH ANYTHING BIG ALL LITTLE ONES HUNDREDS OF THE BLOODY THINGS JUST WONDERED IF THERE IS ANYTHING OUT THERE ANY BIGGER 8)
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Postby Sotos » Mon Feb 27, 2006 3:11 am

The uncle of my girlfriend goes fishing often at several dams. He told me that some time ago they had some international fishing contest in Cyprus. So I guess the fish is there ;)
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Postby thevoo » Thu Mar 23, 2006 11:06 pm

come to melbourne our murray river is so full of the buggers they are wrecking the place. put your hands in and just pull them out...
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Postby wishiwasbackincyprus » Thu Mar 23, 2006 11:40 pm

BAD NEWS CARP FISHING IN AUSSIE LAND THEY HAVE TO KILL THEM WHEN THEY CATCH THEM WHICH IS TOTALLY MAD :evil: :twisted: I WATCHED A PROGRAM THE OTHER DAY AND REX HUNT THE CU** TOOK A CARP BEHIND A TREE AND LEFT IT TOO DIE THE BA***** I AM IN NO WAY A GREENPEACE ACTAVIST AS I KILL FISH I CATCH FROM THE SEA TO EAT BUT MY MAIN FISHING IS FOR CARP WITCH YOU HAVE TOO RETURN TO THE WATER AFTER YOU CATCH THEM IN ENGLAND AND CARP ANGLERS TAKE GREAT CARE IN LOOKING AFTER THE FISH IU JUST CANT SEE WHAT DAMAGE THEY DO IN YOUR RIVERS SYTEMS THEY ARE NOW EXPORT THE THINGS FROM AUS TO HEAR WHICH ALOT OF PEOPLE ARE NOT VERY HAPPY ABOUT
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Postby sneezing7 » Fri Mar 24, 2006 2:56 pm

Carp are a pest in South Australia. It makes perfect sense to kill the buggers.

The Murray is all screwed up. They stir up the silt in the river bed and make the river look horrid.
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Postby Sotos » Sat Mar 25, 2006 1:39 pm

Carp are a pest in South Australia. It makes perfect sense to kill the buggers.

Why not to catch them and export them if you have so many?
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Postby wishiwasbackincyprus » Sun Mar 26, 2006 12:59 pm

[Carp are a pest in South Australia. It makes perfect sense to kill the buggers They stir up the silt in the river bed and make the river look horrid]
does that mean that the aussie goverment can start killing boat owners and polluters on the murry river for making the place look horid :lol: I just cant get it into my head that they can do so much damage to the MURRY RIVER!!!! as for importing them english carp fiherman do not want foriegn carp coming over that could be diseaced and totally wipe out all are stock :evil: try googling" ECHO"and you will find out about it[/quote]
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Postby bigfatlondonboy » Tue Mar 28, 2006 5:03 pm

well ther better be some big carp in cyprus because i wanna be catching them....
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Postby rotate » Tue Mar 28, 2006 8:16 pm

Try this website

http://www.smiley.cy.net/basspro

Good site, I'm sure there's something there for the 'Carpies' if not mail them.
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Postby wishiwasbackincyprus » Wed Mar 29, 2006 8:57 pm

I WENT FISHING AT ACHNA DAM TWO YEARS AGO AND GOT BORED AFTER CATCHING THE TWO HUNDRENTH LITTLE CARP :lol:
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