I read recently that nature is cruel and unjust; I thought I’d put the record straight, nature just exists.
Fishing for worms
Get a head then read on...
‘Sir’ John raises some hackles and risks a punch in der maurf from the aliens who surround him.
Jason looks at baits - naturally
Ooops - here's one I prepared earlier!
JOC considers the traditional tools for the job.
Jason gets excited about some of these chubby little blighters!
When it all slots neatly together...
Bill tells how
The title gives it away. Everyone knows that the Grayling is called The Lady Of the Stream.
The chub hunt continues...
Kerry Jordan tells of his fishing - from tranquil days to traumatic times
Grayling and angling clubs - then and now
Here is a VERY comprehensive review on the latest horse from the Hardy/Greys stables; the Bewick Centre-pin reel. Our reviewer Mr Keith Reeder loves it… but with a few small reservations.
How to add distance to your lure casting
Dr Paul explains why trotting for grayling (my favourite method) is not necessarily the best way of fishing for them. Damn him!
The man is loopy. Or speaks a lot of common sense. Make your own mind up after reading John Olliff-Cooper's latest theories on double-handed fly-rods.
This float is Bill's first choice on many rivers. Here's why.
There's a very special centre-pin reel just coming out. JOC lets us in on why it is so special
Chris gets a little 'Filosofical' about his latest captures
Don't discard this... JOC looks at silken threads
Who? Crucians of course!
Martin James goes globe trotting again, with a fly-rod of course!
Have a day by the sea for a grey ghost
The traditional approach
Boys - now and then
Who needs complications?
How to sling yer 'ook with a pin
Pins on the lakes
The Wallis cast
All you need to know about the mayfly
Zen and the art of angling
Richard heads for the ladies
Foot and mouth hits Chris' fishing
The tiny river Bain can throw up monsters sometimes - Martin managed one recently
A trip to the Avon
"All too soon I was pulling into the car park with just one other vehicle, an old Morris 1000 traveller. I pinched myself to make sure it wasn't all a dream. "
JOC looks at an old Lucky Strike rod
Chasing the Ladies
Bread fishing for chub
How to catch them
Bill's local fishery
JOC dives into the traditional tackle again