Book And Media Reviews

For All Those Left Behind by John Andrews

“For All Those Left Behind” is different to many of the angling books that you can see for sale elsewhere. It’s not a ‘how to’ book, nor is it a ‘story’ in the normal angling style. Instead, it’s combination of angling tales and an insight into the mind of a man whose father's death led

The Complete Guide to Coarse Fisheries in The Irish Midlands

This 118 page book is the first in a series of five, the intention of which is to give detailed information on coarse fishing locations throughout the Irish Midlands. Firstly I should point out that it’s not like the majority of guides you see today, there’s no clinical layout, and the information contained within draws

Carp Life by Mike Willmott

As a seasoned specimen carp angler, I find that to ‘improve one's game’ not only do you have to spend as many hours on the bank as possible, whether fishing or not, but also keep on top of all new literature published with regard to the pursuit of our quarry. In recent years however, the

John Wilson's Greatest Fishing Adventures

This is one of those books that could cost you more than the original cover price…..quite a bit more! It may well have you scouring the advertisements of exotic travel agents and specialist angling holiday companies in the search for monster fish, sunny climates and memories that will last a lifetime! Ask anyone who knows

Coarse Fishing For Beginners

I enjoyed reading this book because it is reasonably comprehensive in its coverage of what it aims for. However, I couldn't get the thought out of my mind that there was something not quite as it should be, so I re-read the book several more times before writing this review.The book makes no claims to