Finally also the carp ponds and lakes are open again and the coronavirus has to give way first. This time I wanted to hunt grass carp, because I thought that the high air pressure of over 1030hPa would give me more chances to catch one. To be able to catch them I have made good results with small Boilies 12Ø or dumbles (Source DynamiteBaits). It is the only boilie type I have caught more grass carp than normal carp so far. When I arrived at the pond I first prepared my spot with a mix of particles, corn, hemp and broken boilies to keep the grass carps on my feeding place for a longer time. The grass carps are big eaters and for this reason I did not spare with the particles. A little later I put out my two rods and the waiting for the first bite began. It took almost three hours until I got a signal from my bite indicators for the first time. At first I thought a bream had taken my bait because I felt almost no resistance, but on the last meters the pressure changed and my rod bent over. Once again typical for a grass carp, which always freaks out when they come close to a landing net. After a few minutes I could land my first grass carp of the year, it had a weight of 19,62 lbs and a length of 91cm. I quickly mounted fresh bait and cast again. Then it went in one swoop. A grass carp followed with 16,31 lbs and a black Amur with 7,49 lbs. My first black Amur so far. He is a predatory fish in contrast to the common Amur. For me it was a successful session where I could catch my target fish.