You can fish carp fish all year, but we must consider that, depending on climate and temperature changes, the carp can change the environment of life, even according to the available foods. In the winter months is more difficult to fish for carp, but when this happens there are excellent opportunities to fish a big one.
Briefly, to fish for carp, these are the techniques you need to know.
After the winter, during February and March, the carp are mostly in small springs that have higher temperatures, or in clear waters with bottoms covered with silt. Some big carps continue the lethargy, protecting themselves from low temperatures in the mud of the seabed.
When the waters begin to warm up the big carp goes in the waters that warm up first and try to find food to prepare for the reproduction. The carp remains in shallow water until sunset. You have to use particular techniques to fish during this period of the year.
During the reproduction months there's a prohibition of fishing for carp. During very hot months the carps eat at night and late evening, unless there are thunderstorms or heavy rains, which cool the water, then you can fish them in the daytime. Otherwise, the rules for carp fishing techniques, say that the times of the summer fishing are at dawn and at night after 17.00.
With the arrival of autumn carps move into areas of water rich in oxygen and continue to seek food, to prepare for winter. During the cooler months you can still do carp fishing, especially in areas where water does not freeze and during hot sunny days.
In conclusion it is possible to fish all year long, you just have to take care of where our big carps are living.