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Drennan launch dream new pole, the Acolyte – exclusive full story and specification details here!

ANGLER’S MAIL – No.1 for new fishing tackle and baits – has been to Drennan International’s HQ near Oxford and seen what the firm proudly say is their best pole ever.
Here, in the firm’s own words, is the full story on the superb new Acolyte. It’s a long article, but if you love pole fishing or technical tackle talk we…

HOW TO PERFECTLY ELASTICATE A CARP POLE

HERE’S how to elasticate the power top two of a new carp pole, from the makers of the No.1 magazine for coarse instruction and products, Angler’s Mail…
The essential tools and components you require are: winder bung and extractor rod, size 14 elastic, bull-nosed No.7 PTFE bushes, connectors, flat file, hacksaw and masking tape.
Size 14 elastic is too fierce for silver…

HOW TO CATCH TENCH

ANGLER’S MAIL is number one for tips and tricks, here’s another one. This time we show you how to catch tricky tench. 

Tench seem to do a vanishing act in the colder months, but as soon as the mercury levels start to climb they feed prolifically. They make their presence clear by tiny little pinprick bubbles produced as they grub around on…

CHOOSING THE RIGHT SWIM ON A COMMERCIAL FISHERY

ANGLER’S MAIL is number one for tips and tricks, here’s another one. This time on choosing the right swim on a busy commercial fishery.
Regular sport is more of a guarantee on densely stocks commercial carp pools, but as with any water, there will be more productive areas than others.
Carp, no matter how big, are creatures of habit, and are drawn…

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT STILLWATER FLOAT

ANGLER’S MAIL is number one for fishing tips and tricks! Here’s one explaining what float you should use on a stillwater in different situations.
Stillwater floats differ from river patterns in that they are attached bottom end only ,with two thirds of the shotting capacity to lock it on the line, leaving a slight gap so it folds neatly on the…

VIDEO: Will Raison uses amazing new £5,999 Daiwa Air pole

ANGLER’S MAIL – No.1 magazine for product news – includes an exclusive on the pole that match-style anglers are getting excited about.
Match fishing legend, and former World Champion, Will Raison has been out fishing with the much talked-about Daiwa Air pole, which follows up the Airity, and carries a near £6,000 full RRP!
We like to bring you extras every week…

BAG’EM BOYS WIN MAVER POLE TITLE

BRILLIANT Bag’em Baits-backed anglers keep bringing home the trophies – having taken something of a grip on the Angler’s Mail Kamasan Matchman of the Year crown in recent seasons.
Now they’re hailing success with first and second at the Maver British Pole Championships. A pairs event, held at Maver Larford in Worcestershire, Bag’em boys Neil Machin and Andy Moors won it…

PELLET POLE FISHING FLOATS – TESTED

Tested by Dave Coster

MAVER SLIM
£1.60
Streamlined body is finished with Maver’s trademark Black Ice marbled effect, having a carbon stem and a medium diameter plastic bristle. Sizes supplied ran from 0.1 gr to 0.5 gr, which are perfect for general pellet fishing on commercials, covering shallow to medium depths. These floats are nicely made and well balanced, suiting strung shotting or…

SILVER FISH POLE FLOATS – TESTED

Tested by Dave Coster
 
FOX MATCH MP5
£1.50
Classic streamlined body canal style pole float, with a fibreglass stem and super sensitive fibre tip, offering six sizes from 2×10 up to 12×10. All floats are finished in matt black, with attractive cosmetics and clearly marked capacities. The latter cover everything from fishing shallow to deep, suiting delicate rigs including strung and bulk set-ups.…

CARP POLE FISHING RIGS – TESTED

Tested by Dave Coster
 

DINSMORES
£2.99
Dinsmores Syndicate Rigs 1-15 offer wide-ranging carp tackles from light (0.12 mm traces and size 16 hooks) to heavy-duty (0.16 mm traces and size 12 hooks). These are built on various float designs and shotting capacities. Two rigs picked at random dotted down perfectly in water, although none tallied with the shotting arrangements on their packaging! Instead…