Brilliant Christmas fishing gift deal! Save 32% on Angler’s Mail magazine subscriptions – this is what you need to know

SAVE 32%!! Don’t miss this Christmas fishing deal to bag a bargain Angler’s Mail magazine subscription…. An Angler’s Mail magazine subscription makes a great Christmas fishing gift! Christmas fishing gift deals don’t get much better than what we have for you… You can save up to 32% on the price of a subscription to Angler’s […]

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Humans Built This Planet Hell. Hopefully We Can Help Some Species Adapt

This week the UN released a horrifying report–by the thousands of writers around the world–warning that a million species of plants and animals face extinction in the next few decades. That’s one in four species on this planet that could soon disappear. Virtually every human activity–agriculture, energy production, fishing, urbanization–is conspiring to destroy life on […]

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Review: Team Maver Hoodie

The Team Maver Hoodie comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: hooded top. Specifications: S-XXXL sizes; full-length sleeves; Charcoal Grey colour, cotton blend fabric; Team Maver logo on the front and back; green graphics on the […]

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Review: Middy Band ‘ Em Pellet Hooks-to-Nylon

The Middy Band ‘ Em Pellet Hooks-to-Nylon come under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: Middy KM-2 eyed hooks tied on a Lo-Viz hook link with a pellet band on a twisted hair. Specifications: 12 in. hook […]

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Sardine bait trick tempts huge British river sturgeon

SCHOOLBOY George Marsden enjoyed a birthday treat on Nottinghamshire’s River Trent when he landed this huge sturgeon. George Marsden with the jumbo Trent sturgeon caught on a special bait involving sardine chum. Dad Andrew couldn’t weigh the fish, as he’d left his digital scales out in the rain, but he estimated it at well over […]

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Review: Urban Bait Himalayan Salt Range

The Urban Bait Himalayan Salt Range comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Ingredients: two of the most popular Urban Bait ranges now come in an alternative ‘salty’ format. The famous Nutcracker range is based on freshly […]

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Reality Check: Who rescues migrants in the Channel?

Image copyright PA The number of migrants crossing the English Channel by boat is small – it pales in comparison to those making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean – but there has been a small spike in crossings in recent months. In 2018, the Home Office says 539 people attempted to travel to the […]

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If Anyone Has a Right To Be Ticked Off, It’s These Poor People

I don’t know about you, but sometimes it’s the smallest things that can cause the most annoyance. The way your coworkers insists on feeing greasy food in the cubicle right next to you, how autocorrect always assumes you’re trying to use the word “duck.” Those things are annoying, but likely not egregious enough to warrant […]

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