Angler's Mail

Angler's Mail

Angler’s Mail is the leading UK-based weekly fishing magazine and website, with lively social media channels.

Currently owned by TI Media, with a base in Farnborough, Hampshire, Angler’s Mail was first published in 1964.

New issues of the print magazine are available every Tuesday in good supermarkets and newsagents.

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Avenue fishing success - this heavyweight carp scaled 59 lb.

Paul Cunliffe tempted a beast known as Sweetcheeks from The Avenue fishing lake. It’s part of Rob Hales’ RH Fisheries, in Shropshire. The retired 61-year-old from Manchester used a CC…

Dangler is the project created by these three brothers.

Dangler is the brainchild of three angling-mad brothers. They have just secured a £500,000 ‘seed’ investment in their online marketplace for anglers. Dangler has been launched by Daniel, Kane and…

How to catch river pike is explained in this video (above) by someone who really knows his stuff – Dean Brook. If running water predator fishing appeals to you, but…

Great Ouse fishing prospects are improving after more fish were stocked.

Great Ouse fishing prospects have improved further with the boost. The former British record barbel river has received nearly 15,000 barbel, chub, dace and roach. It’s the latest part of…

What a winter common - James Jones prepares to return his 88 lb 4 oz Gigantica carp.

The Gigantica carp venue in France was where James tempted the winter hulk, known as The Immaculate. James, 39, from Southminster, Essex, is no stranger to colossal fish. He banked…

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