By Bob Clouser,Jay Nichols
By Bill Mason
By Rob Maylin
To have a good time the 20 th Anniversary of massive Carp journal, this sequence of books entitled ‘Big Carp Legends’ will surround the best names in carp fishing background over the last 20 years. The content material of the books during this sequence may be a mix of articles from the records of massive Carp, existence histories of well-known anglers and unique articles in particular commissioned for the sequence and not sooner than released. one after the other those books will construct into the best number of modern-day carp fishing background ever revealed; a suite that each critical carp angler should want to own.
His early days at the Chichester gravel pits gave Dave simply the sting he wanted while he focused on the Colne Valley pits, Harefield and Pit four, however it was once Dave’s circulation to Wraysbury and Horton that positioned him within the list books, catching extra forties than any Englishman had ever stuck in a season, and his first fifty pounder, Mary.
Conningbrook observed Dave along with his moment fifty a little while later, yet this used to be basically the start of a existence spent chasing the UK’s greatest carp. the attention was once almost extraordinary while Dave made it quantity 3, and what an amazing creature it became out to be, absolutely a useful entrance disguise for this volume.
Several Cambridge pits fell to Dave’s procedure and shortly the gray woman made it 4. the entire of the carp global knew whilst Dave made it 5, and what fish it was once going to be. The icing at the cake, the Black replicate from the infamous Mere had visible Dave in attaining the very unlikely – 5 English fifties.
This designated addition to the Legends sequence positive factors numerous chapters with stories by no means written approximately sooner than and lots of, many images by no means formerly released. Now’s your probability to relax and listen to the entire tale of Dave’s notable carp lifestyles for the 1st time.
By Ryan Keyes
By Peter Winants
By Bob Wyatt
• A brilliantly written and well-crafted exposes fly fishing's maximum myths--selectivity, matching the hatch, confused fish, fish feeling ache, specified imitations, drag-free drifts
• Recipes for the author's tried-and-true patterns
• sensible, down-to-earth feedback for catching fish
By Morgan Lyle