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Angler’s Mail 11 March 2014

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Angler’s Mail 11 March 2014

A look inside in the March 11 issue of Angler’s Mail magazine courtesy of Ben Hervey-Murray

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


An in-depth interview with one of the true legends of the sport, ‘Sir’ Pete Springate, is just one of the highlights in another packed issue of the new-look Angler’s Mail, which also features Fenland pike angling master Dennis Moules on the cover with a big pike.


The issue’s on sale from Tuesday, March 11 and also features:


• Big barbel on feed as season’s end nears and records fall

• Otter warning for unfenced fisheries

• Angling Trust announce new ambassadors, including Mail columnists

• Big haul of Avon roach shows two pounders aren’t gone

• Win copies of Monster Carp book

• Favourite angling pub to close down

• The latest in the closing stages of the Preston Innovations Matchman of the Year comp

• Expert guide to wobbling deadbaits in Pike Scene with Andy Black

• Huge catch of rudd gets Korum Specimen Cup award

• New carp books launched

• Where To Fish details perfect bream and skimmers around the country plus river and lake hotspots listed and Daiwa Top Rods winners pictured

• Fox Carp Cup Monthly winner announced

• Cut out and keep shot size and weight table

• New ideas to beat the tackle thieves

• Gary Newman heads to Cambridgeshire for a successful zander hunt with Dynamite Baits’ Matt Rand

• All the regional match results and news

• Action Replay heads for some last-minute river action on the Ribble for barbel and chub
• How to balance boilies for tricky carp


Plus lots more tips and questions answered in the big All the Answers section – the UK’s first and biggest coarse Q&A, which this week explores how fish survive in floods. 

 







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