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(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year For over 20 years Big Carp has been the serious carp anglers favourite read. Written and read by the world’s top anglers, dedicated to English thoroughbreds, a history of excellence.

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Big Carp Magazine  |  BC175  


Off the beaten track
Yes, the first in an exclusive new series that will feature a whole host of unknown monsters appears in this issue. If you haven’t heard about it, then you must have been living on the moon. Since I announced it in Big Carp 173, everyone has been talking about it and certain websites have been inundated with emails. So just in case you missed it, here’s what happened and what’s coming up…
A few months ago, following the death of the Black Mirror and my comments in Big Carp about ‘the end of an era’ I had a call: “Don’t be disheartened, there are still loads of big’uns out there, unnamed, uncaught and in waters like The Mere.” “Oh yeah,” I said, “We’ve all heard about that secret estate lake full of proper old English warriors, but I’ve never come across it.” “Well, I have!” came the reply. “In fact I’ve found a few of them!”
We got chatting and it appears that this guy had gone out looking for unfished waters, just like we used to do years ago, and found several with big uncaught carp in them. Years ago we had the close season for these little adventures. We would set off armed with an ordnance survey map, binoculars, sunglasses and a loaf of bread in the hope that we found some fish and could get them feeding. If we could, then we would decide how best to catch them. It wasn’t poaching. Poaching was always associated with dodgy ‘trout ticklers’ and the like, whereas ‘guesting’ as the great Rod Hutchinson christened it, was always ‘the gentleman’s art’ of fishing where you weren’t really supposed to, but, and a very important but, you were not doing anyone or anything any harm. And that’s of course how The Mere was always fished and how the Black Mirror was always caught. Looking for waters in the close season is what normal carp anglers did; we couldn’t fish as there was a close season, so we looked for fish. Today that art is all but forgotten.
For over 20 years Big Carp has been the serious carp anglers favourite read. Written and read by the world’s top anglers, dedicated to English thoroughbreds, a history of excellence.

The UK’s only proper carp mag with articles from Britain’s top carp anglers past, present and future. Aimed at the angler who not only wants to know what catches but why! Many exclusives from anglers all over the country, in depth technical features on baits and rigs, on the bank interviews with successful anglers both well known and unknown. Life histories of famous anglers, monthly prizes to win holidays tackle and bait. Exclusive diaries Rob Maylin and his friends. Keith Jenkins monthly column “Made in England” featuring the biggest and most beautiful carp caught that month. Big Carp is for the angler who wants more out of his fishing than just catching fish, it is for the angler who wants to know the history of his chosen quarry and the venue it resides in. Big Carp has something for everyone, from the novice angler keen to learn the latest edges from the top anglers to the season pro just keeping abreast of the country’s most important captures.

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Big Carp Magazine   |   BC175   


Off the beaten track
Yes, the first in an exclusive new series that will feature a whole host of unknown monsters appears in this issue. If you haven’t heard about it, then you must have been living on the moon. Since I announced it in Big Carp 173, everyone has been talking about it and certain websites have been inundated with emails. So just in case you missed it, here’s what happened and what’s coming up…
A few months ago, following the death of the Black Mirror and my comments in Big Carp about ‘the end of an era’ I had a call: “Don’t be disheartened, there are still loads of big’uns out there, unnamed, uncaught and in waters like The Mere.” “Oh yeah,” I said, “We’ve all heard about that secret estate lake full of proper old English warriors, but I’ve never come across it.” “Well, I have!” came the reply. “In fact I’ve found a few of them!”
We got chatting and it appears that this guy had gone out looking for unfished waters, just like we used to do years ago, and found several with big uncaught carp in them. Years ago we had the close season for these little adventures. We would set off armed with an ordnance survey map, binoculars, sunglasses and a loaf of bread in the hope that we found some fish and could get them feeding. If we could, then we would decide how best to catch them. It wasn’t poaching. Poaching was always associated with dodgy ‘trout ticklers’ and the like, whereas ‘guesting’ as the great Rod Hutchinson christened it, was always ‘the gentleman’s art’ of fishing where you weren’t really supposed to, but, and a very important but, you were not doing anyone or anything any harm. And that’s of course how The Mere was always fished and how the Black Mirror was always caught. Looking for waters in the close season is what normal carp anglers did; we couldn’t fish as there was a close season, so we looked for fish. Today that art is all but forgotten.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Big Carp Magazine magazine print subscription.
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