Book And Media Reviews

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

The Fisherman's Bedside Book

Published: 1945 Author: BB Reviewed by: Chris Plumb This veritable treasure trove of an angling anthology was once described in the angling magazine Waterlog as the 'The Best Fishing Book in th World'. Extravagant but not exaggerated praise. Actually the word anthology doesn't really do it justice either. It could almost be described as a

For All Those Left Behind

Published: September, 2002 Author: John Andrews Reviewed by: Chris Plumb I had to pluck up courage to read this book. I knew from the eulogies on the cover that I might find the content 'difficult' to get through. And, I suspect that writing this review will be doubly hard. I even started it a couple

Carp and the Carp Angler

Published: 1980 Author: George Sharman Reviewed by: Peter McCue I'll make no bones about it I love this book, however I must also confess that this was the first book dedicated to Carp that I'd acquired (given as a present) so it was always going to be reviewed fondly. Thats only part of the story

Return Of The Syndicate Part III

“Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble” Words that you’d normally associate with a coven of witches, rather than anything to do with fishing, but apt words to describe the latest Syndicate that the mind of Mark Cunnington has dreamt up! Regular visitors to Anglers’ Net will know that we have previously reviewed Mark’s earlier work and