“A Crappy Boat Ride, a Record Catch and a Fly-Fishing Frenzy”

“Sports Illustrated” just released this excerpt from the newly published book by Monte Burke titled “Lords of the Fly.”  Burke, who is also author of “Saban,” “Fourth and Goal, and “Sowbelly,” wrote this book about the storied sport of fly fishing for tarpon and includes all the interesting personalities and guides who make up the […]

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AMAZING Net Fishing – Net Fishing making use of the Pit at S…

AMAZING Net Fishing – Net Fishing making use of the Pit at Siem Reap – Cambodia Traditional Fishing # 14. AMAZING Fishing With[/embed] Bottle Container Rive r- Fishing angling Siem Reap Province District Cambodia Traditional FishingAngling cambodia angling scenic tour, . cambodia angling 2016,. cambodia angling tonlesap,. angling snakehead in cambodia,. angling video clips in […]

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Trout water pike twenty

Close Friend Andy Hutson as well as Martin Ford delighted in a pike angling session to bear in mind, boating 8 samplings covered by this 20lb 4oz fish (right). Angling on Toft Newton Trout Fishery in Lincolnshire, both arrested all their fish on big rubber shads …

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How to catch the biggest carp in small waters

Angler’s Mail features editor Richard Howard gives you some pointers to hopefully catch the lake’s heaviest fish! SO how do you target those big carp on small waters? We’re talking about better fish on well-stocked ‘ponds’ – the sort of waters you skirt round on the way to the ‘big lake’ or main lake on […]

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Monster carp on first session back after lockdown

SEAN CORBETT couldn’t have wished for a better first fishing day back when lockdown eased… he topped a five-fish catch with this 49 lb 2 oz mirror. Giant Grenville carp – Sean Corbett enjoyed a flying restart. Arriving at dawn, Sean made a brilliant start in his quest for the impressive Grenville carp. Grenville Lake […]

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Sad coronavirus death of carp Super Group ace

THE coronavirus pandemic is striking at anglers all across the country, as well as affecting the opportunity to actually go and fish. RIP Terry Cheesman, who died after contracting coronavirus. Top carp angler and musician Terry Cheesman sadly passed away after contracting the deadly virus. Weymouth, Dorset born Terry played in the Carp Society Super […]

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No need to kill cormorants – use dummies instead!

A PRO-ACTIVE fishery owner says that cormorant control can be achieved without killing them. They don’t eat small fish – this hungry cormorant died after trying to eat a pike! Brian Morland says that he has had big success using mannequin dummies at his mixed trout waters. His achievements have taken place at Bellflask Fishery, […]

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Scottish angler swoops for huge English barbel

COLIN DOUGLAS travelled 200 miles south to land this 18 lb 13 oz personal best barbel. Biggest barbel by any Scottish angler? It could be – and it scaled 18 lb 13 oz. Scottish angler Colin, 44, ventured down from Hawick, in the borders, to tackle Nottinghamshire’s River Trent. He had already enjoyed a good […]

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Review: Sonik Gizmo Alarm and Receiver Set

The Sonik Gizmo Alarm and Receiver Set 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: alarm, receiver and bivvy lamp. Alarm specifications: illuminated snag ears and line roller; Red, Yellow, Green and Blue colours available; eight Volume, […]

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France carp success comes in the mountains after scary storm

BRIT abroad Wayne Barling matted this warrior mirror carp of 64 lb on his first trip to a lake in the mountains. France carp joy – Wayne Barling admires his winter 64-pounder. France carp fishing specialist Wayne, who run a carp tackle and bait business in the country, told Angler’s Mail how his success came […]

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