In This Week’s Angler’s Mail… Looking Back To Features In Other Publications Over The Years

If you read the Angler’s Mail on a regular basis then, with four full pages, you won’t miss yours truly in the latest copy.

It all began a number of weeks ago now, when I was contacted by Richard Howard. Following several telephone and email exchanges between us, the finished result is now ready to view.

In the video below, I not only talk about the article in the Angler’s Mail, but also the various publications I used to write for previously.

In addition, the launching of my own website is in there. That was in July 2003 and I’m still going strong almost seventeen years later.

If you’re struggling to get hold of the Angler’s Mail during the current situation, check out the publication’s helpful guide HERE

 

4 Comments

  1. Congratulations on the great article. I got my copy in the post this morning and was very interested to see you featured. I can’t help feeling you like burning the candle at both ends. I don’t know how you manage to fit it all in and I’m not sure I could cope with squeezing in just an hours’ fishing. I know it’s different if you’re just jigging but I’m a proper ‘last cast’ freak.
    Hats off to you and keep up the good word 😁

  2. Hi Stewart hope you are well? Here in Thailand restrictions are being carefully relaxed and it is possible to go fishing . Trouble is with the temperature nudging 40 degrees centigrade it is too darn hot. When fishing for canal perch where you using a float or ledgering?

    1. Hello, David. Doing well and hope you are as well.
      That’s hot! It was low twenties here yesterday, so very pleasant indeed.
      Legering.

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