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Meeting The Man – Mark Cunnington

What sort of man writes fiction books where the topic is fishing? What sort of man could imagine that a mercenary would relax between fighting wars by carp fishing? And who'd make this mercenary's life so 'interesting' by creating an arch enemy in the form of a Rottweiler called 'Spunker'?! I was about to find

Kent Mullet Fishing; The River Medway 1998/9

Article by Rob Ness 98 Season Following a five-year "experiment"of fishing the river Medway for carp, and having achieved a progression of ambitions from initially catching a river carp, to eventually catching fish to over 25lbs, I began to look for a fresh fishing challenge within the Kent area. Having previously lived in Christchurch and

The Mangler From Cox Lures

www.themangler.com It's no secret that I like spinning for pike and, if I'm lucky, perch. When The Mangler from Cox Lures arrived from the States, therefore, I was forced to visit the river to give it a go. Yippee! First things first, though, time to crush those barbs. I prefer barbless treble hooks myself, both

Halfords Cool Box

I've got a new travelling companion, one that accompanies me on those trips away from the creature comforts of my home. She blows a bit hot and cold, but that's actually a plus point in this instance. I am, of course, referring to the electric cool box currently sold by Halfords. If, like me, your

No Fish In There, Mate!

Imagine the scene, an angler's dream, a perfectly secluded large overgrown mass of water, big trees all around, a warm still summers morning, where the water reflects the surroundings and it appears like a skating rink. This is the sort of place where it doesn't matter if you had a rod in your hand or