The ghost pepper angling obstacle! Difficulty a pal to a 1v1…

The ghost pepper angling obstacle! Difficulty a pal to a 1v1 angling competition- the loser has to consume a meal prepared by the champion utilizing ghost pepper warm sauce! Leo’s variation of this difficulty! – Gary Yamamoto 4″ Senko (environment-friendly pumpkin magic- bubblegum for Leo) http://amzn.to/2bDwX0J.- G loomis glx mrb 783C 6′ 6″ MH/f. – […]

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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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Loosened Lips Sink Ships

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The Monday Mend: Fish Traps and Bad Questions

It’s hard to believe that August is almost halfway over. It doesn’t feel like it was that long ago that my buddies and I were furiously tying flies for June’s early cicada hatches on the Green River. But here we are. It’s another Monday, and it’s time for another edition of The Monday Mend. This […]

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Method feeder fishing for carp – the cheap and easy way!

Carp expert Colin Davidson explains a simple way to fish the highly effective Method feeder. Method feeder fishing can be kept simple – and cheap. Method feeder fishing a cracking tactic to get those indicators moving where there are numbers of carp to go after, big fish included. Developed with the rise of commercial pools,  […]

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Tench season starts late – with brilliant action!

MANY anglers managed to start their spring fishing belatedly with tench action, making up for lost time. Amongst those anglers targeting with tench as lockdown rules eased, Ryan Hayden came within a whisker of his PB when he matted this fantastic 9 lb 10 oz tinca. Tackling a secret gravel pit, Ryan, 27, from Brackley, […]

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Could escaped sewage be increasing Covid-19 risks for anglers?

ANGLERS have been warned about an added danger from sewage when rivers reopen on June 16. Covid-19 risks in sewage? Some people think the danger is real. Covid-19 risks for anglers grew when some scientists reported how they believe that the coronavirus could live in untreated sewage in rivers. Professor Richard Quilliam of Stirling University, […]

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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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British record minnow caught by angling coach

ANGLING coach Kevin Sims thinks that he may have broken one the longest-standing British coarse fish records. Kevin is sure this mini marvel was a British record minnow. It might not be a monster but it is in the mini species world as it could be record minnow. Seen above alongside Kevin’s five-inch long glasses, […]

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Review: Sonik Insurgent Carp Rods

The Sonik Insurgent Carp Rods come 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: carp rods with a retractable butt section. Specifications: 9 ft (2.75 lb and 3 lb) and 10 ft (3 lb, 3.25 lb and 3.5 […]

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