This short blog post "Mega Carp in Michigan appeared on the acs-thefishdog.blogspot.com site on July 30th, 2009. You can click here to go to the acs-blog for the original post.
Bob Story of Feather Craft Fly Fishing displays a hefty carp taken on the flats off Lake Michigan’s Beaver Island. Frequent wind and rain hampered sight fishing opportunities, but there were enough breaks in the weather to get some shots at monster carp cruising the flats. Carp are extremely wary when in the shallows. Careful stalking and accurate casting are needed to tempt them on a fly. Crayfish are one of their favorite foods and a matching pattern crawled on the bottom is favored. bob was fishing with Capt. Kevin Morlock of Indigo Guide Service.
Beaver Island is the largest island in Lake Michigan and has a colorful history of settlement. It lies 32 miles from the city of Charlevoix and is reachable only by air or boat.