CAUGHT A BIG FISH? We hope you have - and our magazine wants to see your fishing photos!


We want to see your fishing photos of big fish. So get them sent into us asap!

Sending the digital picture file by email to Angler’s Mail could see YOU star in the magazine’s hallowed pages (print and digital).

And you could become a winner of great prizes in our Korum Specimen Cup, Fox Carp Cup and Daiwa Top Rod contests.

EMAIL the pictures to our newsdesk using this address:

This is what we would like you to write on the email, to give us the information needed:

  • Your full name
  • Age and occupation
  • Type of fish and weight/s
  • How you caught your fish
  • Where you caught your fish
  • Tackle and bait used
  • Any other interesting details
  • Phone number (in case we need some more detail)
  • Your postal address (in case you win!)



GOOD LUCK – and keep an eye on Angler’s Mail magazine every week.


If you wish to telephone our newsdesk to report a good catch, ring news editor Thomas Petch on 01203 148 416 (weekdays, office hours). You can leave a message on that number out of hours.

Or for prize queries call Jacqueline Grant on our main office assistant number 0203 148 4159.


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  • mark terry

    I would like to share my joy of catching my new pb, I live in South Ockendon essex and don’t drive I travelled by train to go to northlands park in Basildon essex on 7-7-14 for a 24hr session. I got all set up and Reay to it was the 5th time I’ve tried the road lake and not had any luck until 4:30 in the morning on the 8-7-14, my alarm went and I jump out of my bivvy just in a tshirt and boxers, just got to my rod in time as it nearly went in the lake as I left the line on the clip.
    After 20 minutes playing the fish I landed it and relised I had a big carp in my net, I run road to a friend who was fishing the other side opposite me to see if he had scales. We weighed it and it come up at 28bl 6oz it was the carp know as cuttail