The Good American Outdoors Act

In his most recent piece over at Hatch Magazine, Chad Shmukler echoes some of the same sentiments and concerns I shared a few weeks ago about the Great American Outdoors Act. Mainly, Shmukler argues that funding conservation with money generated from oil and gas development on federal land is a “deal with the devil.” While I don’t […]

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Salmon River Fishing

Many thanks for seeing Fishunter I want you indulge in all our Fishing internet site requires to provide Salmon River Fishing Those salmon fishing enthusiasts, that truly feel in interest with this comfort interest, will definitely continually have time to pleasure themselves in among the countless salmon fishing area in the country. When you tried […]

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Grand Crucian Carp – Fishing Britain episode 39

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Flashback Friday: My Grandfather’s Fly Rod

This week, I figured for our regular look back at fly fishing history, I’d share this great video from Suffering Outdoors. The man behind this YouTube channel restores and fishes his grandfather’s old bamboo fly rod, which was originally built in the 1940s. It’s a well-done video, and a reminder of the simplicity that got […]

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Pike Fishing – Free Spirit Myles Gascoyne Autumn Pike

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It’s ‘absolutely banging’ to be back fishing again

CARPER Bret Barlow summed up the feelings of anglers all over Britain as they enjoyed their days back by the water, fishing again Depsite being carp-focused Brett doesn’t mind catching occasional big bream, and he came close to his PB of 14 lb 4 oz when he landed this 12 lb specimen from a local […]

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Poachers’ illegal river nets thwarted

A QUICK-THINKING angler saved dozens of prime coarse fish from being killed by calling the Environment Agency’s incident hotline to report illegal netting. This net was strung across the River Nene. Two EA officers and three Police officers from Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s Rural Crime Action Team rushed to the River Nene, near March. They searched for […]

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Night fishing IS allowed when venues reopen in England, say Angling Trust

ANGLING has restarted at many venues in England but there remained a big question mark…until now. And it’s finally good news for carp anglers. Is night fishing allowed? Anglers in England have been unsure on the latest rules and guidelines. The big question many anglers have been asking is this: is night fishing allowed? It […]

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Imminent re-start of angling – but only in England

LOCKDOWN measures are being modified – and for anglers in England, at least, that looks like the positive news so many have been waiting for. The Angling Trust has put the case for angling to resume – and in a super safe way. On Sunday, May 10, Boris Johnson announced several tweaks to the rules […]

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Review: Carp Spirit Blax Low Chair

The Carp Spirit Blax Low Chair comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 product inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: fishing chair. Specifications: powder-coated steel frame; four fully adjustable legs with auto-lock adjustment; four swivelling mudfeet; foam-covered mattress; weighs 3.9 kg. Dimensions: 50 […]

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