THE global coronavirus crisis will affect the supply and availability of many products. But, come what may, you can still enjoy your weekly fishing fix with Angler's Mail magazine. Here's how...

Home delivery solves the problem of how to get Angler’s Mail magazine.

Our options ensure every print issue gets sent by post to your door. Or you could go for the digital issue option.

Either way, you will avoid going into shops. The deals are right here, online… and easy to take advantage of. Tell your fishing pals, too.

Below are the options, starting with the best value ‘subs’ deal. Many anglers are wisely subscribing this week.

Angler’s Mail magazine subscription

Every print issue comes to you, and prices start from just £1.57. There’s an AM digital edition option, too.

You choose the term (eg 1 or 2 years). But note that a rolling Direct Debit gets the very best rate.

Secure a ‘sub’ today >>> SUBSCRIBE HERE.

Angler’s Mail magazine – single issue purchase

This is new! Buy this week’s AM print issue, a back-issue… or pre-order a future issue or two.

Postage & packing is included in the single issue price, which is why it costs more than in a shop.

Whatever issue you choose, the mag soon reaches you by post >>> VIEW OPTIONS & BUY HERE.

Angler’s Mail magazine from a shop near you

If visiting a shop is your preferred option this week, or over the weeks ahead, try using our STORE LOCATOR. It’s simple. You just input your post code and find a local stockist.

During the coronavirus crisis we cannot guarantee the shop you visit will have Angler’s Mail magazine. This is why we sincerely recommend that you subscribe to get the magazine sent directly to your home address. Or it can be sent directly to someone else if you buy it as a gift.

The UK’s No.1 all-round angler, Steve Collett, is one of many interesting Angler’s Mail columnists. Here’s what Steve had to say, just BEFORE the lockdown affected travel and outdoor pursuits

The Angler’s Mail team hope that you and your family stay safe during this difficult time.

We recommend that you read the official latest UK advice on coronavirus at www.nhs.uk