Rambling On Again – Chris Quinn

Avid book collector Chris Quinn shares more of his thoughts on the fishing book collecting and publishing world. My first ramblings seemed to go down OK so it’s time launch Continue Reading →

Book Extract – Anglers Paradise – 25 Years of the 5 C’s

Anglers Paradise – 25 Years of the 5 C’s – Zyg Gregorek and Friends – Little Egret Press For me it began with a phone call from Len Gurd, ‘Have Continue Reading →

2012 – Mid September Blog

This has to be my longest blog ever – it’s virtually a magazine(!) But please make the most of it. I’ll be struggling for time to write another for a few Continue Reading →

Book Reviews

Well Christmas is coming and i’m sure a lot of wives and girlfriends will be looking for that special little present for you. Well, in case she doesn’t find it Continue Reading →

Willow Pitch

Looking For That Very Special Christmas Present? I was recently asked to contribute a chapter to a special book that will honour the 10th Anniversary of Little Egret Press as Continue Reading →

2010 – End of October Blog

Ice on the car windscreens this morning doesn’t bode well for my trip to the Severn in a day or two. Guess we’d better get used to the fact that Continue Reading →

Book Reviews

Although the past month or so has been pretty hectic, as it always is at this time of year with so many fishing oportunities to take advantage of, I’ve been Continue Reading →

2010 – Mid June Blog

And They’re Off! Well, the World Cup is underway and a new fishing season is upon us so lest you’ve forgotten what it’s all about, here are three clips portraying 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 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 →

Angling Now & Then – Part 2

Is anyone sick of reading about global warming yet? Apparently motor cars are the spawn of the devil and we’re all doomed. The Government and the tree huggers have united Continue Reading →