Carp Stalker's Mulberry Fly
When Mulberries start falling from the trees into our waterways, Carp put their guard down and feast on their favorite food - Mulberries! Hands down, the easiest way to catch a carp on the fly is by throwing mulberry flies to them while they are gorging themselves under a mulberry tree, trust me they love Mulberries ! If you know of any mulberry trees that hang over a creek, river bank, pond or lake, carp will be there to feed on the falling berries, this occurs every year normally in late May or early June in Indiana. These flies are made with small rubber strands and a subtle amount of flash tied on #4 and #6 egg hooks. These flies hit the water softly & float and then slowly sink just like a ripe mulberry would, they are sure to fool any feeding carp under a mulberry tree without spooking them, I've even added a green tail to mimic a green stem. Grass Carp will eat this fly as well!