I hadn't published it before because of the quality (I will learn) and I lost the fish shortly after a botched net attempt. I am fairly certain it would have been my DSP personal best common carp if I had landed it, so that had me a bit bummed out about the video.
Eventtually I decided I have to publish it because it should give fans of Fly-Carpin a better idea of what I am talking about when I talk about "Ambush" style carpin.
The fly was an Olive McLuvin presented with a one-handed bow and arrow cast followed by a short drag and drop. Notice that after I dropped the fly I never moved it again until I set the hook. In the winter I rarely impart much action, and the tail of the McLuvin sticks up and waves in the micro-currents on it's own without imparted action anyways.