We got started shortly after 9:00 AM. I brought along a large variety of home made boilies, including vanilla/cream, hazelnut/cream, garlic/pepper, garlic/cayenne and chocolate/cinnamon flavors.
I set up rod by rod, tying my triangular PVA boilie stringers for added accuracy. I set 2 rods out near each other then another 3 rods about 120 feet way, spreading my casting area a good 75-100 feet between each line. Took about an hour for the first hit, after a short battler, Corey (the groom) had his first carp:
Shortly after, another rod goes off, missed hookset, then another, snapped line, then another with Justin landing his first carp:
As you can imagine, the carp kept me real busy. With every hookup, I had to bring in adjacent lines to avoid possible tangles, then re-string, re-cast and re-bait each line. Over the next 4 hours or so, I didn't have time to stop, kept running from one set of lines to the other to land fish, than reset the lines. Here is Dave with his first carp:
And here is Joe with his:
Corey caught the biggest one of the outing, congratulations to the groom:
Needless to day, the outing was another success, I'm sure these young men will have a blast visiting Montreal. I imagine the rowdy action they got from the carp is probably a minute preview of what it's store for them over the next couple days...