MULTIPLE World Champion Alan Scotthorne MBE has won enough gongs in his glittering career – but he has another title under his belt after Angler’s Mail readers voted his five titles as the best ever angling achievement.

Well over 500 readers voted online at our website for the greatest angling feat.

And Shimano and Van den Eynde-backed Alan – star of our Action Replay in pages 18-20 this week – took a whopping 27 per cent of the vote.

Dick Walker’s 44 lb British record Redmire carp pulled 12 per cent to finish second in our exclusive poll. The full results is shown below.

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Alan Scotthorne’s five World champs crowns                  27%

Dick Walker’s 44 lb British record Redmire carp             12%

Ivan Marks’ three Great Ouse Champs titles                      11%

Bob Nudd’s four World Champs titles                                   9%

Chris Yates 43 lb 13 oz 8 dr Redmire common                  6%

Tom Pickering’s World five-hour match record                  6%

Mark McKenna’s record 22 lb 9 oz bream                            4%

Steve Terry’s 11 lb 2 oz record eel                                           4%

Georgina Ballantyne’s 64 lb salmon                                      4%

Ricky Halliday’s 6 lb record perch                                          4%

Roy Lewis’s 46 lb 13 oz British record pike                           3%

Martin Locke’s World record 94 lb carp                                2%

Dave Thomas’s World Champs win                                      2%

Darren Ward’s 15 lb 3 oz 6 dr record tench                          2%

Simon Parry’s two 4 lb 10 oz rudd records                            2%

Dave Williams’ three record barbel                                        1%,

Rev E.C. Alston’s record rudd and tench                              1%

Austin ‘Oz’ Holness’s 67 lb 14 oz record carp                     1%

Simon Ashton’s British record dace                                    0.5 %

Pete Burrell’s five-hour match record                                 0.25%