Just wandering if anyone has tried catching Carp through the ice???
Yes, I've had decent success a few times targetting them suspended over the deepest hole in a shallow small reservoir. I imagine the same pattern would exist in small lakes and ponds, carp would probably be a challenge to locate in larger waters. When I caught them it was with a tiny tungsten jig and a couple maggots. They were very tough to finesse into biting and I'd consider a flasher nearly essential in the situation I fished but they could be caught.
I have caught some decent sized wild goldfish through the ice before. I have the most success fishing in the pond's deepest water with a little ice fly tipped with a wax worm or half a mealworm. They're pretty cool in my opinion and, with most of them being ten or twelve inches long, they put up a pretty good tussle on bluegill tackle. They're also pretty finicky and some of the lightest biters I've ever seen.
I have found youtube videos ice fishing for carp. Only one had sucess and they chummed corn and used boilies. I also believe they were fishing a bay of a larger lake.