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Hello everyone,it is a great pleasure for me to share here with you some memories of the year 2020. A year that was not easy in terms of my available "fishing time", but still a year with very good results.Normally I fish with Monsters Paradise Carptrack Boilies or Big Fish Bolies, but this year I focused mainly on Mega Krill, so I can test them over a whole season and in different waters.First mirror carp of the yearThis one weighs around 20 kilos.Caught ont a 24/20mm snowman. Vacation, August 2020, an exceptional family fishing!On a dam lake of one hundred acres, 15 vacation days with plenty of...

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Finally something warm 😊, it's time to put out the sticks. The water temperature remains cold, so I have opted for the Cold Water Monster-Liver Boilies in conjunction with soft corn. Everything is wetted with GLM Fullfat as usual - bomb! Using a 20mm Monster-Liver Pop Up on a spinner rig I was able to get this massive spiegle into the net. Monster liver and cold water - love it! 😍  

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It can be done - with Carptrack Cold Water Boilies! Yes and even if it looks crazy, it is possible. The especially charming boilies manage to seduce the carp even at extremely cold temperatures. Own development - since 2007.     

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When is life at its best? Continue reading.... A new age - does it exist? For me, it's actually just going on and on. Improve skills to not give the boring routine a chance 😉 OK, there are milestones, whenever you remember something fondly, there are definitely moments in everyone's life that are burned firmly into our brains and cannot be erased as a special event. We don't even have the desire to do so, we linger for a moment, feel good and then we move on to the here and now. In this context, the question in the round: when is...

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IB User Stefan Istas:My last snow carp was 20 years ago. Now I have succeeded again. Bitten on our mega.krill with orange VPop. In the background the closed snow cover 💪💪 What more could you want.Tight lines and catch your snow carp, it is something very special. Stefan Istas

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