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.
Want to make your own fishing float? There’s nothing quite like catching fish when using your own creation.
The knotless knot used to confuse loads of anglers, thinking that it's nonsense. "What... a knot... with no knots?!"
Coarse angler Colin Mitchell is your guide to those little weights that make a big difference!
Fish are not evenly spread at day ticket lakes. We'll help you catch more with this quick guide.
Selecting the correct floats can be the difference between winning and losing in match fishing.
A veteran day ticket lake owner assaulted by fish rustlers has warned other venues and anglers.
Method feeder fishing has helped anglers of all ages and abilities achieve massive catches on commercial still waters.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is warning anglers to be safe after a string of fishing related deaths.
Lyons Gate owner who shot an otter dead in front of horrified day ticket anglers is serving time in prison.
Huge carp have been feeding in France and England, and Luke Cornelius tempted this 81 lb 12 oz giant.
Tony Mayhew smashed his barbel PB four times while matting nine fish including six stunning winter 'doubles'.
An angler is on a 12-month challenge to catch a fish from every London borough – and all by using public transport.
This freshwater colossus, around 286 lb of hard-fighting catfish, has been admired around the world.
A heart-broken family of a carp angler who drowned has warned of the dangers of not wearing a lifejacket.
The Environment Agency has completed ten years of barbel conservation work to restore the Great Ouse.