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.
Gary Lawson caught two personal bests on a prolific mixed day with angling legend Bob James.
13,600 anglers responded to the Close Season survey that could decide the fate of river fishing.
Angling legend Kevin Nash has expressed his horror at a lack of new blood coming into angling.
Two of the biggest international players in the fishing bait world have pulled out of the United Kingdom.
One of Britain’s most popular day ticket fisheries is up for sale – at a cool £1.75 million.
Ashley Bennett had a brilliant mixed week on an urban river with specimen gudgeon, roach and carp.
Britain's largest tackle shop chain has taken a £2.5million short-term bank loan to ride out the coronavirus crisis.
A top coarse fishery has turned to social media to help catch poachers, and to alert other venues.
The Environment Agency's decision to retain the current Closed Season has split the angling community.