I headed over to the North Fork of Clinton Lake the other day to scout some new bank bowfishing spots and it was looking pretty good . I spotted a few big commons working the banks but the water was again ( In the creeks )very murky. I did come upon this shed antler laying about 3 feet from the main foot trail and walked up on this dead buck. The area was looking really good for some future bank bowfishing. So I made it over to the main lake and started walking the high cliffs over the water edge and found the water to be very clear, amongst the tree deadfalls in the water I could see the common carp were just hanging out and feeding lightly. I made a few interesting shots on fish from roughly 18 feet up the cliffs and it took a few shots to get on the fish from that angle. I had to pass on some carp for fear of my arrow becoming tangled in the deadfalls and no way to get down to the water to retrieve it. But finally connected with one but only have the photo on my phone that I texted to Christine. The coves were really devoid of carp sightings this day. The Bowfishing at Clinton is looking better and better every time I head over there.