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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 51 issues per year Carp-Talk is the UK’s leading news magazine and only dedicated weekly in the world of carp fishing. Created and run by a team of addicted carp anglers and edited by top carp catcher Simon Crow, it has been responsible for world exclusives on all the legendary carp captures since it was launched in 1994.

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Carp-Talk  |  1215  


This week’s Carp-Talk (issue 1215) is available to download now!

It seems the UK big girls have been on the feed this week, with a sixty and three fifties gracing the banks. The largest was The Avenue’s Tarka at 63lb banked by Michael O’neill for the second time in just five months. Over on the Isle of Wight, Stephen Kitcher smashed the island’s record with a 52¾lb mirror from the Blackwater Syndicate. Horton is back in the news again too, with the lake’s largest resident netted by venue regular Stuart Higgs at 52lb 10oz. Billy Flowers banked his target fish for the winter from his very own Myths Pool, in the form of Flowers at 50lb 6oz. Plus, we have the exclusive lowdown from Mark Pitchers surrounding the future of his exclusive fishery, Wainstones.

Although it might not seem it, Spring is just around the corner and so Dave Levy reveals his top tips for your early spring campaign. Cygnet Tackle’s Gary Carlton has had successful winter this year, so he reflects back on the fantastic catches he and his wife Wendy enjoyed. Recent cover star Matt Rhodes reveals how he has been targeting the fish in midlands history venue, Cuttle Mill. Plus we have a review in pictures from the incredible Northern Show and the full details are revealed for this year’s Carpin’ On Show!

We have over £200-worth of Fox gear up for grabs, plus the usual weekly Mainline Carp Angler of the Year winners are revealed.
Carp-Talk is the UK’s leading news magazine and only dedicated weekly in the world of carp fishing.

Created and run by a team of addicted carp anglers and edited by top carp catcher Simon Crow, it has been responsible for world exclusives on all the legendary carp captures since it was launched in 1994.

Each week features:
- Latest carpy news
- Exclusive interviews
- Captures from your local area and further afield
- Tips, tactics and advice from some of the most successful anglers in the UK
- Tackle and bait product news
- Capitalise on years of experience from big name anglers such as Julian Cundiff, Danny Fairbrass, Ian Macmillan, Ali Hamidi, Darryl Peck, Steve Briggs just to name a few…

Don’t miss out on Carp-Talk every week. Plus, be sure to send us your catch reports and you may be in the pages of Carp-Talk very soon!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 51 issues during a 1 year Carp-Talk magazine subscription.

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Carp-Talk   |   1215   


This week’s Carp-Talk (issue 1215) is available to download now!

It seems the UK big girls have been on the feed this week, with a sixty and three fifties gracing the banks. The largest was The Avenue’s Tarka at 63lb banked by Michael O’neill for the second time in just five months. Over on the Isle of Wight, Stephen Kitcher smashed the island’s record with a 52¾lb mirror from the Blackwater Syndicate. Horton is back in the news again too, with the lake’s largest resident netted by venue regular Stuart Higgs at 52lb 10oz. Billy Flowers banked his target fish for the winter from his very own Myths Pool, in the form of Flowers at 50lb 6oz. Plus, we have the exclusive lowdown from Mark Pitchers surrounding the future of his exclusive fishery, Wainstones.

Although it might not seem it, Spring is just around the corner and so Dave Levy reveals his top tips for your early spring campaign. Cygnet Tackle’s Gary Carlton has had successful winter this year, so he reflects back on the fantastic catches he and his wife Wendy enjoyed. Recent cover star Matt Rhodes reveals how he has been targeting the fish in midlands history venue, Cuttle Mill. Plus we have a review in pictures from the incredible Northern Show and the full details are revealed for this year’s Carpin’ On Show!

We have over £200-worth of Fox gear up for grabs, plus the usual weekly Mainline Carp Angler of the Year winners are revealed.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 51 issues during a 1 year Carp-Talk magazine print subscription.
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