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Kelcey Combs

Kelcey Combs is the Public Relations Coordinator for the American Carp Society | Instagram: @kelso2rods

The American Carp Society was formed in 2002, with the goal of promoting and educating the public on the sport of specimen Carp Fishing in the USA.
The Common Carp (Cyprinus Carpio) is one of the hardest fighting freshwater fish in the world and is now being pursued by anglers of all persuasions, from fly fisherman to dedicated Specialist Carp anglers as a sport fish.

The American Carp Society is a membership-based organization and is responsible for promoting the sport and ensuring careful stewardship of both the specimen fish and its environment.

Why Fish for Buffalo? The Experts Share Their Knowledge

Editor’s note: This is a collaborative article written by American Carp Society Members Keith Thompson, Erick Maybury, James King, and Martin Rich, with an introduction written by ACS Operations Manager Clayton Lothrop. Fishing for Buffalo: Introduction by Clayton Lothrop The pursuit of carp angling brings with it several surprises – primarily large, trophy-class fish caught …

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What is The American Carp Society? A Closer Look

What is the American Carp Society? Recently, Premier Angler has partnered with The American Carp Society, the nation’s leading authority on everything related to carp fishing. The group is dedicated to the promotion of both the responsible stewardship of the species, as well as the attributes of carp as a legitimate sport fish here in …

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