North America – Since 1993
The Carp Anglers Group of North America is a Not-for-Profit Organization.
It was established in 1993 to promote carp angling as a sport and is dedicated to its mission to support & encourage catch & release carp angling & the protection of trophy (specimen sized) carp
We have members in the United States, Canada & Mexico.
Hot Tips… There are rarely any short cuts to consistently catching big carp… especially here in the North America. Rule #1 Fish where the fish are… An obvious statement perhaps but one that is too often overlooked! If you are focused on catching big fish or perhaps just seeking lots of action with smaller carp then choose a water that can produce fish of the appropriate caliber. That might seem obvious but a little extra time spent on research instead of fishing can increase your chances significantly. And don’t overlook a water that you’ve been ‘told’ doesn’t have big fish or looks too small… there have been plenty of surprises from such venues over the years! Here in North American we have thousands of untapped carp waters that have yet to reveal their true potential. Knowledge is power and every year we are seeing more & more anglers catching bigger & bigger fish! But please don’t be offended when someone on a carp forum refuses to give away their secret hot spots… they’ve probably invested a lot of time & effort to find them and are unlikely to invite you along without at least getting to know you first!
Some of the benefits include
Your membership supports CAG’s mission to protect trophy carp by educating anglers on the excitement of catching carp, better carp care and the benefits of catch & release
A proven track record of implementing protection for Trophy Carp.
A chance to win valuable tackle prizes, trophies, medals and certificates.
CONDOR 465T03 Safety Sign, 14 in Height, 10 in Width, Glow Vinyl
Exclusive entry to CAG events such as the CCC, ATC, BIG-4, FFF & Discovery Month.
3 steps to CATCHING CARP
You will need to know where the fish are if you want to catch carp. Local knowledge is key.
Watercraft, research, time of year, natural food sources, and so on.
Spending some time to learn these will help you considerably.
The Carp Anglers Group Magazine
North American Carp Angler
THE OFFICIAL CAG MAGAZINE