2009 – April Blog

One of the time consuming web tasks that I have to keep on top of is site maintenance.   Article comments from visitors are given top priority because their comments are normally Continue Reading →

2009 – Mid-March Blog

Well, the curtain has fallen on another river season but could it be the final curtain? Well, some seem to think so. Personally I don’t think so but we’ll have Continue Reading →

The Making Of Barbel Days And Ways

Read the inside story… It’s barely a year since Stu (Walker) announced that he was going to film our sturgeon adventure. He’d bought a camcorder, read the instruction manual and Continue Reading →

Free Video Clips

Here are a selection of clips and trailers produced by Stu Walker and myself. We hope you find them interesting. Please feel free to keep looking in because we hope Continue Reading →

2009 – Early March Blog

Well, the end is nigh. Another week and it’ll all be over on the rivers for three whole months, unless of course you’re an Angling Times reader because they think Continue Reading →

Tales Of The Riverbank – Part 7

  Tales Of The Riverbank – Part Seven   Adapting, Adopting And Improving   I wouldn’t have missed my years in club match angling for the world because this was Continue Reading →

More Book Reviews…

Are Angling Books A Good Investment? A little while back I reviewed Big Carp reprint of Dick Walker’s famous tome in this column. The book’s publishing house, The Little Egret Continue Reading →

Book Reviews

Book Reviews Random jottings about some of the titles on  my book shelves… Title: Spin Me A Line Author: Richard Walker Edited By: Peter Maskell Publisher: Little Egret Press Title: Continue Reading →

Book Review – A Specimen Fishing Year – John Wilson

Title: A Specimen Fishing Year Author: John Wilson Publisher: Little Egret Press Let us be in no doubt, John Wilson is an iconic figure. He effectively brought angling to the Continue Reading →