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Grass carp certainly aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. Grass carp (white amur) often grow in excess of 70lbs in Texas! Poor man’s tarpon indeed. Grassers in Texas take a wide variety of baits. In the places they inhabit, they are often present in huge numbers and can be a nuisance when targeting common carp and smallmouth buffalo.