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CARP FISHING CARE – HOW TO USE THE NASH MEDICARP KIT WITH ALAN BLAIR – NASH TACKLE FAQ

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Proper carp care is one thing at the forefront of our minds here at Nash, this is why we developed the Medicarp Range. Join Alan Blair on the bank for a quick demo in how simple and effective the Nash Medicarp Kit can be in looking after the carp we catch. Stay up to date with all our new products, news and updates on the links below!
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9 comments

  1. alan blairs the man!

  2. interesting……..worrying so much about carp care, while it sits out of water………….if there was really a sesrious care for carp (other than catching them) none of us would be hooking them in the face………….sorry to say that but its true………..all we are caring for when dealing with these fish, are the venue owners investments…………no?

  3. you are an idiot

  4. why thank you kind sir!

  5. That fish is gunna be a beast when it's older!

  6. This is a great way to show newcomers how to deal with the fish they catch, in response to earlier comments a fish would be ok for hours in a cradle……its the best holding device on the market and sooooo safe for the carp. I cant understand why some people have to be so negative!!!!

  7. I have used the nash medicarp for a couple of years and am sure it makes a difference to the fish especially hookhold and any cut around the mouth area , and i am sure if you just put them back without treating them you end up with more fish with mouth damage and you are only drying a small area so the product works to its maximum but as with anything people have there own opinions .

  8. I hope this doesn't contain antibiotics that bacteria can develop resistance to.

  9. they can handle it. they aren't a high oxygen dependant fish. like catfish. they can live sometimes for hours. a couple minutes out of the water. won't bother it one bit. trust me. if you did the same thing to a trout. you could cause it nerve damage and oxygen deprivation. but with a carp its different. carp in some areas. jump out of the water reptatively. and even beach themsleves in some cases. but survive well LONG eough. to make it back into the water without any serious damage.

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