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Florian Rossmark
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Everyone is welcome to add their own or other YouTube channels here. The channel should be carp related. Keep em coming, lets create a list so we all can enjoy them!

Florian Rossmark
Germany / USA - Carp Angler


   
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Time to add my own YouTube channel here as well - didn't want to be the first one on the list πŸ™‚Β 

Carp Fishing with Florian Rossmark - YouTube

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Here are some of my favorite YouTube channels in regards to carp-fishing:

  • Nash TV CarpFishing
  • Fox channels
    • Fox has multiple channels and the video content changes per country..Β 
    • English (UK)
    • German
  • Fishstone
    • This is a German based company, they are not yet shipping to the US but might be in the future. In any case, this is incredible, as they do not use any leads and possibly lose them and leave em behind, they use stones with a very special system. These can be casted even.. there is quite a bit of video content. Their special lake is also in the members only carp-fishing map on this page.
  • Thomas Faßbender
    • Thomas is a dedicated carp angler and YouTuber - he records the truth about his sessions, mostly short sessions, weather he catches or not.. he is also a tackle nerd and shows a lot of tackle as well as tips and tricks.. English Subtitles might help a lot here, in any case, great nature shots as well besides some really nice fish.
  • Naturebaits by Jan Brauns
    • Naturebaits is a brand created by Jan Brauns, he has been around a long time and is one of the biggest boilie manufacturers in Germany, most famous for his "Dickenmittel" (big carp boilie - loosely translated), one of his latest inventions was a sweet corn boilie that works wonders (I tried it), but most of his others as well. He does some great videos that are a lot of fun to watch with some real big fish, besides that he started doing a "Mittagstisch" (Lunchtable), this is a Podcast where he addresses stuff that is going on in the community and often answers questions with his perspective and knowledge. Jan is also joking a lot, be ready for that - might get lost in translation though.. but this is worth watching!
  • Carpy
    • Carpy is also present on their website carpy-online.de - this is primarily three guys that came together and started a podcast, and I can honestly say this is the most funny podcast ever and very informative as well as great stories, some of them I even can relate to or remember some of it from past days.. nothing in the English speaking carp community is even remotely close to this one, if you are up to it, listen to it - I can only hope the translation is worth it - there is no video content, there is only talking.. with a beer in your hand (theirs) etc.. let me say this - they started it because carp fishing changed to a competition of who has the biggest fish or most big fish and posts the most on Instagram and other platforms etc.. their mantra is "Einfach Geil Fischen" (just have fun fishing - loosely translated), it means just have fun fishing, stop that competition and crazyness, enjoy it - love it - do it. They have a huge point there, pretty darn good.

This forum is not limited to English, it is meant to be international, I only can hope I was able to share some German gems with you, besides the English speaking channels I mentioned.

Of course, there is much more, I could keep that list going, may be another day. You are all invited to share even more channels here!

Florian Rossmark
Germany / USA - Carp Angler


   
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