Gill Girl and I decided to take the boys out to Rocky Fork today to do a bit of scouting and some fishing so we'd know what to expect for June's carp outing. The sun was a bit warm, but with a nice breeze blowing it was tolerable. Just to give all of you an idea what to expect...there's plenty of bank space, and you can park your car right where you fish. In fact, there's almost TOO MUCH bank space, because it was hard to decide where to set up, and all of it is very easy to fish, with well-groomed, gently sloping, grassy banks. Today, it was one of the shady spots that won us over. The water was basically darker/stained, but not all that muddy, and up to a toasty 77 degrees (as confirmed by Da King). The bottom composition where we fished was mostly silty, but it was clean of debris for the most part, and we didn't find much nasty mud/muck. My 2 ounce weights were burying into the silt, but a slight pull after casting was enough to set them free. The bite was slow early on, but as the evening approached the carp either moved in to feed or had finally found my chum. A few of the old timers who regularly fish the area for carp had caught a couple fish, but they said they usually do well in the area, which was good news to me. By the time we packed up at dusk, we had landed 5 carp between the two of us, with a handful of short runs that didn't result in hookups. Bites were coming regularly every 15 to 20 minutes by dusk, but we had a long drive home and had to quit. The fish were a bit on the small side...I'm guessing most of the larger specimens are off spawning right now, or else had not moved in yet so early in the evening. Overall, it was a very nice place to fish and enough fish action to keep us interested. I'm definitely looking forward to fishing it again... PS...doughballers can expect to be successful fishing this area, as that is what seemed to be working, at least for today. Nothing at all on the corn baits.