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I Know A Good Place

Published: 1989 Author: Clive Gammon Reviewed by: Chris Plumb This book set me back the grand sum of 20 pence and was then in my possession for some years before I eventually got around to reading it!! Let me explain. Some 8 or so years a go I bought a dozen ‘remaindered’ books for a

Red Letter Days

Published: 1994 Author: Peter Rogers (Ed.) Illustrated by John Searl Reviewed by: Chris Plumb “Great triumphs do not come often in angling, and this is a blessing. When they come they have their flavour partly because they are rare. If they were to come often and reliably the flavour would go stale. Failure can make

An Angler For All Seasons

Published: 1992Author: the best of H.T. SheringhamReviewed by: Chris Plumb Chosen and Introduced by Tom Fort The world of angling – or at least angling literature, owes a great debt to a meeting between two anglers on the banks of the River Lambourn near Newbury in September 1903. The two anglers in question were William

Falling In Again And The Deepening Pool

Many Yates’ aficionado’s don’t rate Falling in Again, claiming it isn’t up to the quality of some of his earlier works. I for one don’t wholly agree with these sentiments. Yes, Yates exploded onto the literary angling scene with the seminal Casting at the Sun and Falling in Again certainly doesn’t compare with THAT great