we club em in the head, my favorite thing, (common carp) split thier bellies open, making sure to pop the air sack, then we sink em in deep water. our fish and game biologist went out with us and showed us how to do it . right under neath the pectoral fin it's almost like an arm pitt. it's so soft there you can almost poke your finger in it. stick the knife and shove it straight accross , you will almost always hear the air sack pop. it returns nutrients to the lake just like mulch does to the soil. IMO that's all a carp is good for. we have tried to give them to bird rehab places, food missions etc, no body here in az wants anything to do with them.
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