The other day i hit up a flooded field adjacent to the Missouri River. I tied on a Creeping Muskrat and scored big, landing both common and grass carp. Despite the fact that grass carp seem to be water cows they will eat “live” prey, as i have proven time and time again. Although it may be common knowledge that the best way to go after them is with a floating pellet or mulberry fly, I will tell you they are easier to catch on subsurface flies stripped through the water like a living organism. Often times the fly hitting the water will get the grass carps attention, you can tell by the swirl or boil the fish creates when he searches for the fly…cast again and again until the carp is able to find your fly…If you can see the fish, cast just ahead of and across the fish and strip once or twice and get ready to give line in a hurry.