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Angler’s Mail moves to Advnture

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Angler’s Mail has moved its online content and become part of the Advnture family, so from now on if you want your coarse and carp fishing exclusives you’ll find them right here.

We’re still posting all the best tips, tricks and information you’ll need to help you enjoy your time at the water’s edge – you’ll find the main page of all of our fishing news and advice at Advnture.com/fishing (opens in new tab)

Angler's Mail remains your number one destination for advice and news

Angler's Mail remains your number one destination for advice and news (Image credit: Future)

So whether it’s advice on how to catch the biggest carp in small waters (opens in new tab), catching mackerel (opens in new tab) or even the story of the world record common carp, caught by an Englishman (opens in new tab) this is still your destination.

Make sure you bookmark advnture.com/fishing (opens in new tab) to ensure you’re up to date with all the best fishing news and advice.

Angler’s Mail – fishing’s most interesting magazine – is available at all good newsagents and hits the newsstands every Tuesday, or you can subscribe (opens in new tab) to make sure you never miss an issue.

You can still contact the Angler's Mail team directly with the details below

You can still contact the Angler's Mail team directly with the details below (Image credit: Angler's Mail)

You can contact the AM mag team directly. If you’ve just caught a big fish and got photos, or if you’ve got news or views to report, then please email to: anglersmail@futurenet.com (opens in new tab)

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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.