Angler’s Mail magazine has named its angling poems of the year, 2010. Back in July, readers were invited to write and submit their original angling poem, with conservation being one…

A RAMPAGING seal has been tucking into coarse fish well up the River Severn in Gloucestershire. As reported in the new bumper issue of Angler’s Mail (December 21/28 issue), one…

DR MARK EVERARD proved he’s just as adept at catching roach out of stillwaters as much as his more favoured rivers with a stunning 14 fish catch in just two…

THE arctic conditions have continued across Britain with temperatures plunging so much many rivers totally froze over, and are only thawing now thanks to a temporary milder spell this week. Flowing…

ANGLERS will soon get the chance to target one of the most talked-about carp in the UK. Venue boss Richard Wilby made headline news back in May with the capture…

THIS 5 lb 9 oz stunner is the biggest ‘legally’ caught river perch to have been weighed in this country. Andy Crossley made history when the monster stripy hit his…

THIS week’s Angler’s Mail (cover dated December 14) is a big value £1.80. Here are just some reasons why you must read it! CARP AND PIKE REELS RATED – see…

LONG-STANDING former Angler’s Mail editor John Ingham – the man who rescued the title from a publishers’ scrapheap and took it to a national favourite – has sadly passed away…

A NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ANGLING, mega tackle show, and angling’s ‘Wembley’, were all on the agenda at blizzard whipped Stapeley Cudmore Fishery, in a meeting headed by forthright Cyril Brewster.…

THE long-term future of one of the country’s best-loved carp venues and at least two other lakes could be under threat if a proposed North-to-South high-speed rail link is built.…