Carter’s 260lb Class Arapaima

Essex angler Kevin Carter took the biggest fish of a recent British jaunt to the Essequibo River in South America in the shape of this magnificent arapaima estimated at 260lb. Kevin’s arapaima fell to a chunk of fish on a large circle hook to 100lb braid and put up a spectacular fight, leaping clear of

Angling Trust and Fishinginfo launch Video Battle to showcase joys of angling – and win prizes!

The Angling Trust has launched an exciting new social media competition to encourage anglers to get back on the banks and inspire newcomers to take up the sport. The Angling Trust Video Battle (ATVB) – run in conjunction with – is calling for anglers to get creative by shooting and editing their own short

Angler’s Mail – 17th May, 2016

TWO new series start this week in your essential Angler’s Mail magazine, which brings you the very best coarse and carp fishing coverage. Bill Rushmer beings a new series Back to School and Dave Coster delivers Commercial Fishery Edges. You’ll learn loads from these masters of their craft. Carp Crew welcomes Darrell Peck in as

Anglers caught cheating fellow anglers in illegal fishing crackdown

ENVIRONMENT AGENCY NEWS RELEASE Environment Agency enforcement officers were out in force over the May Day bank holiday weekend in a bid to catch the few anglers who fish without a rod licence. Every year, nearly 1 million anglers fish legally, respecting each other and the sport. The money they pay to buy a licence

Sea anglers condemn Fisheries Minister’s failure to show up at bass protest

Recreational sea anglers are furious that Fisheries Minister George Eustice failed to show up at his constituency office on Saturday to hear their concerns about unsustainable, unfair and illogical bass regulations introduced early this year. A protest had been planned for weeks to coincide with a time when the Minister would normally be holding constituency