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Coarse Angling Today Magazine 144 Back Issue

English 4 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Fishing & Angling)
The River Special of Coarse Angling Today is available to download now!

This is what’s on offer:
- Andrew Kennedy – Short Session Summer Barbel Fishing
Like most anglers, Andrew works full time and has a family to support, so making the most of his time on the bank is crucial.
- Bob Roberts – Barbel - Just Fabulous or Simply a Fad?
Bob gives us his thoughts on the development of barbel fishing and why he thinks barbel are the new carp.
- Dave Booth – Trent Barbel Past and Present
Dave relives a memorable campaign on the River Trent.
- Jerry Gleeson – Summer Floodwater Barbel Fishing
Jerry has some tips for us in case the weather takes a turn for the worse and the rivers begin to rise.
- Lee Swords – The Non-Tidal Trent
The Trent specialist talks us through an early-season session.
- Lewis Baldwin - A Tale of Two Rivers
Lewis picks up his diary piece by recalling sessions on the River Wye and Dove.
- Mick Wood – A Yorkshire Barbel Scene
Mick offers his opinion on the state of modern-day barbel fishing in Yorkshire.
- Mike Townsend – Hit for Six
Mike raises the question: could the River Trent soon be challenging the more established southern rivers as a specimen chub venue.
- Paul Elt – Summer Plans
Paul talks about his preparations for the summer and the fish he will be targeting.
- Paul Garner – Fishing Photography Part 3: Let There be Light
Paul presents the third part of his six-part series.
- Steven Du-Rieu – Steams and Dreams
Streams are pretty unusual places really, says Steven.
- Stewart Moss – The One that Got Away
Stewart has compiled a few tales of sessions that will live long in the memory of the anglers involved, for all the wrong reasons.
- Think Tank: Tony Gibson – Slippery Customers
Tony Gibson talks us through the reasons why he was bitten by the eel bug again.

Plus, Kevin Clifford Editorial, Hot Seat, Spezzie Watch, Tackled Up, News, Press Releases and Reviews, and Where’s the Catch? and Drennan 7 Series competitions.
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Coarse Angling Today

144 The River Special of Coarse Angling Today is available to download now! This is what’s on offer: - Andrew Kennedy – Short Session Summer Barbel Fishing Like most anglers, Andrew works full time and has a family to support, so making the most of his time on the bank is crucial. - Bob Roberts – Barbel - Just Fabulous or Simply a Fad? Bob gives us his thoughts on the development of barbel fishing and why he thinks barbel are the new carp. - Dave Booth – Trent Barbel Past and Present Dave relives a memorable campaign on the River Trent. - Jerry Gleeson – Summer Floodwater Barbel Fishing Jerry has some tips for us in case the weather takes a turn for the worse and the rivers begin to rise. - Lee Swords – The Non-Tidal Trent The Trent specialist talks us through an early-season session. - Lewis Baldwin - A Tale of Two Rivers Lewis picks up his diary piece by recalling sessions on the River Wye and Dove. - Mick Wood – A Yorkshire Barbel Scene Mick offers his opinion on the state of modern-day barbel fishing in Yorkshire. - Mike Townsend – Hit for Six Mike raises the question: could the River Trent soon be challenging the more established southern rivers as a specimen chub venue. - Paul Elt – Summer Plans Paul talks about his preparations for the summer and the fish he will be targeting. - Paul Garner – Fishing Photography Part 3: Let There be Light Paul presents the third part of his six-part series. - Steven Du-Rieu – Steams and Dreams Streams are pretty unusual places really, says Steven. - Stewart Moss – The One that Got Away Stewart has compiled a few tales of sessions that will live long in the memory of the anglers involved, for all the wrong reasons. - Think Tank: Tony Gibson – Slippery Customers Tony Gibson talks us through the reasons why he was bitten by the eel bug again. Plus, Kevin Clifford Editorial, Hot Seat, Spezzie Watch, Tackled Up, News, Press Releases and Reviews, and Where’s the Catch? and Drennan 7 Series competitions.


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The River Special of Coarse Angling Today is available to download now!

This is what’s on offer:
- Andrew Kennedy – Short Session Summer Barbel Fishing
Like most anglers, Andrew works full time and has a family to support, so making the most of his time on the bank is crucial.
- Bob Roberts – Barbel - Just Fabulous or Simply a Fad?
Bob gives us his thoughts on the development of barbel fishing and why he thinks barbel are the new carp.
- Dave Booth – Trent Barbel Past and Present
Dave relives a memorable campaign on the River Trent.
- Jerry Gleeson – Summer Floodwater Barbel Fishing
Jerry has some tips for us in case the weather takes a turn for the worse and the rivers begin to rise.
- Lee Swords – The Non-Tidal Trent
The Trent specialist talks us through an early-season session.
- Lewis Baldwin - A Tale of Two Rivers
Lewis picks up his diary piece by recalling sessions on the River Wye and Dove.
- Mick Wood – A Yorkshire Barbel Scene
Mick offers his opinion on the state of modern-day barbel fishing in Yorkshire.
- Mike Townsend – Hit for Six
Mike raises the question: could the River Trent soon be challenging the more established southern rivers as a specimen chub venue.
- Paul Elt – Summer Plans
Paul talks about his preparations for the summer and the fish he will be targeting.
- Paul Garner – Fishing Photography Part 3: Let There be Light
Paul presents the third part of his six-part series.
- Steven Du-Rieu – Steams and Dreams
Streams are pretty unusual places really, says Steven.
- Stewart Moss – The One that Got Away
Stewart has compiled a few tales of sessions that will live long in the memory of the anglers involved, for all the wrong reasons.
- Think Tank: Tony Gibson – Slippery Customers
Tony Gibson talks us through the reasons why he was bitten by the eel bug again.

Plus, Kevin Clifford Editorial, Hot Seat, Spezzie Watch, Tackled Up, News, Press Releases and Reviews, and Where’s the Catch? and Drennan 7 Series competitions.
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Coarse Angling Today broke the mould for coarse fishing magazines in the UK when it launched in 2001. Prior to the advent of Coarse Angling Today all magazines for the coarse fisherman wanting to improve their fishing techniques had become almost dominated by a total coverage of carp fishing.

However, we realised that a more distinctive and specialised approach to coarse fishing magazines was required. An approach which gave total prominence to fishing for coarse fish species like barbel, tench, roach, bream, grayling and more. Our competitors have struggled to catch up ever since as we show them that not every coarse angler is only interested in carp, and that the modern coarse fisherman is just as likely to target other species.

Learn the skills of the UK’s experts as they go in search of a mixture of species and keep abreast of the news from within the trade. You can even get your hands on the latest products through our regular competitions, including our highly respected Where's the Catch? and Junior Angling Stars competitions.

If you want to catch the biggest specimens in your lake and be much more consistent with your results, then this mag is for you!

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