an hour – an hour we lose on the water. The thing about the fish
is that once you find them, you’ve got to stay on top of them,” Berry said.
Irwin said that every day the fish seem to prefer different temperatures and water depths. He is us
ing all the skills he has learned throughout the world to find better ways to fish for carp in Kentucky.
The half-brothers are not the only ones lured to the state by Asian car
p. About a year ago, Lin Jiantong and his wife Jiang Huiying moved there from Atlanta to fish the species.
In Atlanta, they were employed as kitchen workers by Chinese restaurants. After le
arning they could make a living from fishing, Lin had no hesitation in trying a new lifestyle.
Growing up along the coast in Fujian province, he knows a thing or two about fishing.