What do carp eat?
carp would bite at worms, minnows, fake minnow lures, and corn.
Carp eat aquatic plants such as algae and other vegetation in lakes and ponds. Being omnivorous, they also eat various invertebrates, scavenging on the bottom of rivers and digging up riverbeds for worms, water beetle larvae and small, tasty crsutaceans. Carp have been known to eat smaller fish, but this is a far rarer occurrence.
Goldfish are carp No, they are both in the same family. Carp are generally not fish-eaters, if other food is available, although they have been known to prey on smaller fish. They are omnivorous, preferring to eat a variety of aquatic plants and invertebrates and crustaceans they scavenge from the riverbed.