Review: Sonik VaderX RS Carp Reels

The Sonik VaderX RS Carp Reels 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: three big pit carp reels, one designed for spodding. Specifications: 6000RS, 8000RS and 8000RS Spod sizes; Quick-Torque drag system; 6000RS and 8000RS models […]

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Massive river perch slams scales to 6 lb 3 oz – full story

MARK EDWARDS obliterated his perch PB with this 6 lb 3 oz Euro giant that equals the official British record. Holland perch fishing stunner – this super stripy scaled 6 lb 3 oz. Mark was on a three-day trip to Holland perch fishing trip with Classic Angling editor Keith Elliott. Mark, a  50-year-old engineer from […]

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Review: Rapala Countdown Lures

The Rapala Countdown Lures 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: sinking lures for searching for predators in different depths. Specifications: 3 cm (4 g), 5 cm (5 g), 7 cm (8 g), 9 cm,(12 g) […]

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Rod licence dodgers are on the decline as fear of detection rises

FIGURES released to Angler’s Mail by the Environment Agency show that the number of prosecutions for rod licence offences has dropped significantly. EA bailiff patrols are on the lookout the rod licence dodgers, but are finding less of them than they used to. The total number of prosecutions of rod licence dodgers for the 2018/2019 […]

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Jamie Cook is new angling leader – find out more here

THE Angling Trust and Fish Legal have a highly successful angler and experienced business leader installed now as their next chief executive. Jamie Cook, seen with a tench, is an all round angler with an impressive list of PBs. Jamie Cook has just stepped into the Angling Trust and Fish Legal role. He has started following […]

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Anglers fear effects of washing machines on our rivers

CONCERN is growing about the impact of microplastics and detergents discharged every day from washing machines direct into rivers. Washing machines are contributing to worrying levels of hidden pollution. About ten per cent of washing machines do not get connected to the mains drainage which then goes onto sewage treatment plants. It’s usually those washing […]

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Godzilla Is Evolving At A Rate Directly Linked To Human Anxiety

With the release of a new Godzilla film scientists have tracked the evolution of the monster since its first screen appearance. They’ve found the irradiated reptile is changing 30 times as fast as its living counterparts, but in the opposite direction. Godzilla was inspired by a nuclear test carried out by the US in the Pacific […]

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WATCH: How damaged is the sunken fishing boat in West PH Sea?

Filipino fishing boat Gem-Vir is left with a gaping hole in its rear by a Chinese fishing vessel that rammed it near Rector Bank in the West Philippine Sea … Read more: www.youtube.com

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Review: Maver Dual Core Pro Hollow Elastic

The Maver Dual Core Pro Hollow Elastic 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: hollow pole elastic. Specification: available in 3-5 (White), 4-7 (Blue), 6-9 (Green), 8-11 (Yellow), 11-13 (Fire Orange), 14-17 (Aurora Pink) and 18-20 […]

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River Witham decimation truth ultimately begins to emerge

THE Environment Agency say the devastating River Witham fish kill could have killed many hundreds of thousands of fish . Just a few of the dead fish from the River Witham pollution . Just a few of the dead fish from the River Witham pollution. As we reported in March, the EA wouldnat reveal a […]

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