THE AMERICAN CARPER - With Sean Manning

THE AMERICAN CARPER - EPISODE 19 - The Malique Lee Way Interview with Sean Manning

April 18, 2021 Sean Manning Season 2 Episode 19
THE AMERICAN CARPER - With Sean Manning
THE AMERICAN CARPER - EPISODE 19 - The Malique Lee Way Interview with Sean Manning
Chapters
1:34
Malique Lee Way...Background.
3:31
Going to the library and researching the sport...
5:02
Feeding the Carp as a Kid....
6:02
Early Influences.... Mark Pitchers & Carl and Alex.
9:40
Winter Carp.
11:30
Google Earth and research...
12:41
Fishing with Jacob...
14:10
Carp Angling changed the course of my life.
16:00
Larger reservoirs to target.
17:11
Be active and move...
18:12
River fishing...
19:49
You don't need expensive gear to catch them...
21:02
A strong rod, strong line and sharp hooks with a can of corn and a loaf of bread.
23:26
The Asterbury Boilies & Tigers...
27:16
Learning from the Fly Anglers...
29:11
Lake Michigan...
31:03
The difference in my approach now after one year....Persistance.
32:18
Be humble...
33:29
Social Media and its impact on me...
34:36
Photography...
35:41
Getting kids involved by passing the rod...
37:29
Why I joined The American Carp Society...
THE AMERICAN CARPER - With Sean Manning
THE AMERICAN CARPER - EPISODE 19 - The Malique Lee Way Interview with Sean Manning
Apr 18, 2021 Season 2 Episode 19
Sean Manning

In this Episode of The American Carper Sean sits down with a relatively new Carp Angler, Malique Lee Way, from Pennsylvania to get his perspective on the growing sport of carp fishing here in the USA . Malique has been seriously fishing for the species for just over a year, although he has been preparing thoroughly for the past 7 years or so.  An angler whose dedication and persistence is unquestionable, walking to the local library in all weathers to research the species, listening and watching others, he came to the attention of The American Carp Society after consistently posting some beautiful captures throughout 2020. Using tackle that can be found in any local fishing store Malique is a great example of how dedication and persistence can overcome any challenge. A humble angler with talent and a prosperous future ahead of him, he is a great example of what can be achieved in a short period of time with dedication and a positive outlook. A great interview where angler's of all experience can learn something!

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this Episode of The American Carper Sean sits down with a relatively new Carp Angler, Malique Lee Way, from Pennsylvania to get his perspective on the growing sport of carp fishing here in the USA . Malique has been seriously fishing for the species for just over a year, although he has been preparing thoroughly for the past 7 years or so.  An angler whose dedication and persistence is unquestionable, walking to the local library in all weathers to research the species, listening and watching others, he came to the attention of The American Carp Society after consistently posting some beautiful captures throughout 2020. Using tackle that can be found in any local fishing store Malique is a great example of how dedication and persistence can overcome any challenge. A humble angler with talent and a prosperous future ahead of him, he is a great example of what can be achieved in a short period of time with dedication and a positive outlook. A great interview where angler's of all experience can learn something!

Malique Lee Way...Background.
Going to the library and researching the sport...
Feeding the Carp as a Kid....
Early Influences.... Mark Pitchers & Carl and Alex.
Winter Carp.
Google Earth and research...
Fishing with Jacob...
Carp Angling changed the course of my life.
Larger reservoirs to target.
Be active and move...
River fishing...
You don't need expensive gear to catch them...
A strong rod, strong line and sharp hooks with a can of corn and a loaf of bread.
The Asterbury Boilies & Tigers...
Learning from the Fly Anglers...
Lake Michigan...
The difference in my approach now after one year....Persistance.
Be humble...
Social Media and its impact on me...
Photography...
Getting kids involved by passing the rod...
Why I joined The American Carp Society...