THE AMERICAN CARPER - With Sean Manning

THE AMERICAN CARPER - EPISODE 15 - The Mark Bonette Interview with Sean Manning

February 02, 2021 Sean Manning Season 2 Episode 3
THE AMERICAN CARPER - With Sean Manning
THE AMERICAN CARPER - EPISODE 15 - The Mark Bonette Interview with Sean Manning
Chapters
1:42
The beginning
4:31
The first carp
10:36
1995 Introduction to Euro Style Angling - The Art of the Float
11:54
Trotting a river with a float
14:22
Why shotting pattern is so important
18:14
Building a swim
24:54
Why we love Texas
26:09
Instagram and the benefits
28:21
Being a bowhunter and what changed
31:10
Melting the drag washers on a rod...that's what changed me
35:59
Fly fishing...I don't have a want to do that...
37:56
Light tackle with some skill and finesse
39:41
Float fishing has taught me so much...I hardly ever cast past 25 yards now
48:52
Boilies...why they make the difference...You will catch bigger fish
57:23
Making your own bait
THE AMERICAN CARPER - With Sean Manning
THE AMERICAN CARPER - EPISODE 15 - The Mark Bonette Interview with Sean Manning
Feb 02, 2021 Season 2 Episode 3
Sean Manning

A wonderful story of a top US catch and release Carp Angler...who many years ago actually started as a Bowhunter. Mark discusses his early beginnings and the Journey that the Carp has taken him through...becoming more passionate for the welfare of the fish as the years go by, he is a great example of someone whose understanding and growth of the sport and the species has encouraged others .  A passionate float angler, he and Sean discuss together the art of tackling large fish on very light tackle and the 'art' of float fishing that can be enjoyed by every US Angler. They look into the 'boilie' conundrum that faces young anglers who have yet to discover the difference that a solid baiting campaign can yield with the size of the fish being caught... and go into the details of what is needed to correct things. A lot of laughs ensue and some wonderful lessons to be learned for anyone in the USA that fishes for carp.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

A wonderful story of a top US catch and release Carp Angler...who many years ago actually started as a Bowhunter. Mark discusses his early beginnings and the Journey that the Carp has taken him through...becoming more passionate for the welfare of the fish as the years go by, he is a great example of someone whose understanding and growth of the sport and the species has encouraged others .  A passionate float angler, he and Sean discuss together the art of tackling large fish on very light tackle and the 'art' of float fishing that can be enjoyed by every US Angler. They look into the 'boilie' conundrum that faces young anglers who have yet to discover the difference that a solid baiting campaign can yield with the size of the fish being caught... and go into the details of what is needed to correct things. A lot of laughs ensue and some wonderful lessons to be learned for anyone in the USA that fishes for carp.

The beginning
The first carp
1995 Introduction to Euro Style Angling - The Art of the Float
Trotting a river with a float
Why shotting pattern is so important
Building a swim
Why we love Texas
Instagram and the benefits
Being a bowhunter and what changed
Melting the drag washers on a rod...that's what changed me
Fly fishing...I don't have a want to do that...
Light tackle with some skill and finesse
Float fishing has taught me so much...I hardly ever cast past 25 yards now
Boilies...why they make the difference...You will catch bigger fish
Making your own bait