Well I'm glad that nobody accepted my invite to fish with me on Wednesday night. I arrived at 7 pm and had my lines in the water at 7:30. A few minutes later I had my first carp. The second carp, caught about 20 minutes after the first one was a pretty mirror that I estimate at about 8 or 9 lbs. The action was fast and furious. I was getting constant line bites - an unreal number of line baits. Evidently, my three day prebaiting/chumming campaign was paying off big time. Before night fell, I already had four carp. Between 9:30 and 12:15 I added 5 more carp and lost four more I knew things were about to go downhill when I saw the police arrive at the gravel pit and start searching the shore with a spotlight. I was reeling in the 15 lber when this occured. The police saw my car and came down the hillside. The police came to within 30 feet of me and told me that people were not allowed to be there after dark. I explained that I had a good fish on and that I would leave as soon as I got it in. So under the glow of two flashlights held by the police, I landed and released the 15 lb carp. At least they could tell that I was down there fishing and not causing trouble. They were nice and I was nice back to them. I have no idea how many fish I would have landed. Other fishermen had told me that the night fishing ban was not enforced - well, it was enforced on me.I guess I'll have to write some letters and see if I can get fishing access legalized at night.