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  • Nobody believed that carp could be caught in winter until Gerry Savage, pictured, proved them wrong. Fishing with Fred Wilton, he landed more than 70 in snow and ice.
  • The author Ref Quill lived in this wonderful Thames-side house. David Solomon talks about his memories of fishing in James Englefield’s back garden.
  • This all-silver bait from the 1800s was probably made by an English jeweller. It comes up for auction at Mullock’s next sale.
  • Steelhead like this are one of the appeals of fishing in British Columbia, says Roger Still.
  • The notorious Purple Gang were regulars at Vernier’s Hotel in Michigan. Did carver Yuck Meldrum know the gang?
  • There’s the chance to win a $2m top prize in a tagged fishing contest – but you’ve probably got a better chance of breaking the marlin record in your local river.
  • The company that owns Tatler Reels, which broke several British and world records, has put the famous brand up for sale.
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