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Carp Fishing

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Price: $3.95

Rating: 3.00/5 (12 votes)

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“Carp Fishing” App by Clear Fishing, now available on Google Play

 

“Carp Fishing” by Clear Fishing aims to be the most comprehensive app dedicated to carp anglers, presenting all essential information for successful carping.

 

The app provides clear and detailed information on vital rigs, fishing lines and hook patterns, fishing knots, leads and lead systems, accessories, all major baits and hookbaits.

Rod and reel main features, fishing and baiting techniques, camping equipment and valuable tips and tricks round up the most extensive carp fishing app of the moment.

 

Guided by this app, an absolute beginner will be able to build up a tackle box, select and tie hooks, construct rigs, choose bait and hookbait and target the capital carp.

Advanced anglers will gain new insights allowing them to approach field situations more efficiently.

 

“Carp Fishing” by Clear Fishing was developed by European carping experts, journalists and programmers.

 

The app size is 21.1 MB and sells for 2.99 euro (3.95$ / 2.46 GBP).

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