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For those of you who get about a bit, this kind of guide is worth more than its weight in gold, as it contains details of thousands of places to fish for all types of anglers in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. It's a bit difficult to sit here and review such a book. Let's
Those of you who buy every book published on carp fishing will have probably already read this. But anyone thinking of fishing running water for the first time will find this book extremely useful. It gives details of many different waters, such as the Sussex Rother, the Severn, the Somerset Levels and many more, by
Now and then we see things for sale that are ludicrous. If we're lucky, a foolhardy friend may have even purchased one, in which case we can â€˜give it a go' without having to be the one that paid money for it! I was lucky, I was sent such an item for review¦ When Kevin
This won't be a lengthy review, as it's not a technical or complicated product that I'm talking about. No, this little gem is so simple that even I can use it. Compiled by Malcolm Greenhalgh and with clear illustrations by Stuart Carter, The Pocket Guide To Freshwater Fish of Britain And Europe is a handy
Provided byAlan PearcePearce Tackle Development & MarketingRussettsNorth EndEssexCO9 4LG01787 238200 Let me start by saying I did mean to give this a few days testing, but finding the time was impossible. However, I did give it a thorough day's testing at one of my favourite local waters, Cefn Mably, just outside Newport in South Wales.