Running from 1964 until 2020, Angler's Mail was the UK's leading weekly magazine devoted to coarse fishing, telling readers everything they needed to know about which fish to catch, where to catch them, and what kit they needed to do it. Now, loads of the magazine's expert advice can be found on Advnture.com, as a helpful resource for angling newcomers and experts alike.
Learn how to catch mackerel and fill your coolers for bait or food with a professional guide's tips and tactics
Specimen hunter Simon Davidson has set himself the biggest big fish challenge ever within the UK – to catch ten species of over 100 lb
Tom Morgan didn’t have to wait long before he connected with this awesome 8 lb 3 oz chub from his local River Trent in Nottinghamshire
Lure enthusiast Dan Clostre has been after a big perch for ages, and he finally came up with a beast in the form of this 5 lb 2 oz giant
Son and dad Dan and Mick Hill shared an incredible birthday session by catching 25 double-figure barbel, topped by PBs of 16 lb 4 oz and 15 lb 1 oz
Fisheries officials got a shock last week when they discovered two alien species from South America in a premier British river
One of the biggest catfish in the country has been rehomed after being caught in a club water that didn’t have permission to keep it
Joe Savage is the first monthly winner of the new Carp Global-sponsored carp catch photo competition
The Environment Agency has revealed that it has produced a record amount of fish for English venues, all paid for by rod licence money
TV hit Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing has begun its third run on BBC2 and one of its stars plus the angling guide have expressed their joy in making the latest series
A tackle shop break-in has, for once, ended well, with the culprit apprehended and stolen goods returned in record time
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