Issue 81
4th February 2018
Issue 83
4th February 2018
Show all

Issue 82


SKU: 82 Categories: ,

*John Etchieson uncovers the full story of why the Ashaway line company used a swastika as its trademark.

*Clive Young reveals how he started his renowned tackle shop with just £30 and a lot of goodwill.

*Steve Brown on the very earliest days of striped bass fishing, the elite clubs devoted to catching the fish and the ground-breaking tackle.

*Neil Freeman, the founder of Angling Auctions, explains how he manages to work for just four days a year.

*Timothy Benn pays tribute to the late John Goddard, entomologist, inventor of fly patterns and genius fisherman.

*Research by John Essex discovers that far more books were written about competition fishing than he ever knew.

*John Price traces the rich history of one of the great Irish fishing hotels, Mount Falcon on the river Moy.

*Richard Large looks at the effect on anglers and the tackle trade of the First World War, and how some still fished through it.

Additional information

Europe, Rest of World, UK & Northern Ireland