Improve Your Coarse Fishing Magazine

Improve Your Coarse Fishing magazine (IYCF) is Britain’s best selling fishing monthly. The magazine is dedicated to helping anglers put more fish in their net.

The cover of the latest issue promises to show us Britain's top 100 winter swims, a mini boilie trick to wake up winter carp, tactics for big perch and news on how fishing keeps our troops going.

Here's a quick look at some of the features on offer inside:

Improve Your Coarse Fishing magazineThe World's Smelliest Bait
You'll need a mask when you make it – but it's worth the trouble!

PVA Wins In Winter
If you thought PVA was a summer tactic, think again. Will Raison shows how to use it in winter in IYCF's  Keep Catching In The Cold series.

Touch-Feely Fishing
Stuart Jupp returns to the famous Throop section of the River Stour where he touch-legers for chub.

Bankside Bible
In Tackle That Swim, former world champion Tommy Pickering details how to locate and catch fish from commercial pools right now while Alex Bones gets to grips with premium perch by using casters on a short pole.

100 Top Pegs
Matchmen, specialists and local experts reveal 100 of the best swims you can fish. And IYCF have £5000-worth of Bait-Tech bait to win when you tell them about your top river, stillwater or commercial.

Soldiering On
When you've toughed it out with the Taliban, you can't beat a spot of fishing, says Corporal Darren Wayte.

Pike Dreams
Julian Chidgey's obsessive pursuit of a monster pike from a tiny water. Mad!

Any Carp Will Do
How to catch what's in front of you.

GearUp
Tests and tons of fab kit to buy.

FREE DRAWS
Daiwa Rod And Reel

Five readers will each win the feeder rod and reel combo (worth £260) Will used in his winter PVA feature.

Champion Kit
Three readers to win Preston rod, reel and tackle sets each worth £350. Great for fishing on the move.

Crossword
Get your brain working for a Korum 3G Medium Float Rod. Five winners.

Free Bite Alarm SetThere's also a great offer if you subscribe to Improve Your Coarse Fishing by direct debit - you get a set of Shakespeare Bite Alarms free!

If you prefer to pay by card, you can claim a further £2.50 discount by using the code GMAGSMONEY – this code is valid throughout 2010.

Improve Your Coarse Fishing costs £3.25 and is available from all good magazine outlets. For the latest subscription and online magazine offers, CLICK HERE.