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Many carp anglers have a habit of turning up at a place that they think looks the best or one where a few friends have caught carp before. However, carp will always feed in places where they feel safe, and if anglers are catching carp regularly from a certain place, then the carp will eventually associate the area with danger rendering that hotspot useless. 

Many carp fishermen often believe that if they’re not catching it’s probably due to the wrong type of rig, but even if you’re using the best rig in the world (which is impossible because there’s no such thing!) you cannot possibly catch carp if there aren’t any around the swim! 

So, if you want to catch more carp on any water, then you must locate the carp before choosing a peg. This is not an easy task, especially if there is a cross wind blowing on the lake. But there are basic things to look out for before fishing for carp. 

As you arrive at the lake, spend some time just watching the water looking for signs of carp movement or carp feeding. Try to look for fish rolling or crashing in the distance. You may need to bring some binoculars for this task. Look for feeding bubbles close in the margins as you walk round the lake, if the bubbles are not static and slowly travel across the water, then it’s more than likely to be fish. Look for large swirls or movements on the surface of the lake. Okay it may not be carp, but surely it’s better to catch a tench or bream than nothing!

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