Bass record smashed – but it will never enter the record books

IT WAS one of the catches of the year, without doubt, but this huge bass could have been a British record breaker… Was this giant heavier than the British bass record? The captor is confident it was. The fish that you see here was probably above the British bass record, and it was safely returned […]

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Review: Middy Reactacore XM10-3 Power Carp Pole

The Middy Reactacore XM10-3 Power Carp Pole 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: 10 m margin carp package. Specifications: Quad carbon technology; Maximus Wrap; Spineline Aligners; S-Slide finish; Dome Top Protection system; Max16 Pro 3-Kit; […]

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Review: Carp Spirit HD3 Alarms

The Carp Spirit HD3 Alarms 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: compact alarms and receivers. Alarm specifications: ergonomic head design; ultra-bright LEDs with six colour options; sensitivity control; forward and drop-back bite differentiation; built-in Night […]

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Review: Richworth Megaplex Boilies

The Richworth Megaplex Boilies 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: carp bait range. Ingredients: fishmeals and Robin Red with a hint of squid flavour and Betaine. My verdict: with a fishy-cum-birdfood ‘base’, along with some […]

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BEST MICRO Fishing Challenge with WORLD'S SMALLEST Rod and AQUARIUM!!! (Help Identify)

Craziest Micro Fishing Day Ever using the World’s SMALLEST fishing rod and adding a Pet fish in the world’s SMALLEST Aquarium! What did I catch??? Help … Read more: www.youtube.com

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Laws protecting certain animals are endangering tribes. Here’s how they persevere.

As the sun falls and rain clouds linger, Jaytuk Steinruck drives an ATV up a northwest corner of California’s shore. His goal? To gather duuma (sea anemone) from tide pools near Setlhxat (Prince Island) for a feast made from traditional Tolowa tribal foods. As he gathers the spongy, green anemone that will later be breaded […]

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