A long established angling writer, photographer and tackle consultant. His first article was published in 1968 and he has been writing regularly ever since. His articles have appeared in every major British angling journal, and in many foreign angling publications including Germany's Blinker, Sweden's Svenskt Mete and Italy's Pesca In. He has written in every issue of Coarse Fisherman magazine since its first issue in 1978. He currently writes a comment column for Coarse Fisherman, has just completed the manuscript for a carp book along with Mark Wintle, and is currently writing a book about barbel, again with Mark Wintle. He is the author of several books and contributor to scores of others. He has made professional videos, appeared on TV and broadcast his own show on local radio for eight years.
Graham has caught specimen fish of every freshwater species and for a long time held the Cheshire county records for both tench and bream. As far as he knows he holds the unofficial world record for the biggest catch of double-figure bream ever recorded (13 bream over 10lb in two hours). In 1996 he was runner-up in the Angling Times prestigious Drennan Cup, in which the country’s leading specialist anglers cast their vote. No northern specialist angler has been more successful.
Graham has been consultant to many of Britain's leading tackle companies and is one of the UK’s most respected anglers.
He is now managing editor of FishingMagic (www.fishingmagic.com).