April can be boom or bust when chasing carp on flies on the front range. The wild fluctuations in temperature, pressure and water clarity make it very very confusing. The carp are here today gone tommorow. Additionally, I rarely catch many big ones in April. The big girls don't show up shallow on most of the stillwater's that I fish until late April early May.
Get it right, however, and you can put up some pretty good numbers of feisty and fun juvies. The end of this latest four day warming trend was perfectly aligned with my day off and I practically caught nearly as many carp as I did all winter in less than 24 hours.
After a long hard winter of duking it out for a couple of carp an outing it is a blast to just catch a bunch of carp with relative ease!