There is no question that the filming and editing crew over at Nash Tackle are some of the best in the business.
Our very own Bev Clifford was asked to talk to BBC2 Radio host Chris Evans this week!
The first ever Tri-Nations carp tournament takes places this coming weekend on the famous Linear Fisheries complex in Oxfordshire.
Anglers unite to create first global fishing event and one of the most ambitious TV projects ever
The Angling Trust has called on the government to do more to protect rivers and lakes from fish-eating birds. In a letter to Environment Minister George Eustice, the Angling Trust is demanding a doubling of the number of cormorants licensed to be shot in England annually to 6,000.
As the party conference season comes to a close, anglers can rest assured that their sport has been endorsed by politicians from right across the political spectrum thanks to strong lobbying by the Angling Trust.
It was announced last week that Midlands-based tackle shop Fosters of Birmingham is now under new ownership after having been bought by Angling Direct.
The famous Scarred Mirror from Luke Moffatt’s Graviers Lake has unfortunately passed away.
We have a new member of staff here at Carp-Talk in the form of Jordan Dales who comes to us with six years of experience in the tackle trade and a breadth of knowledge across all things carp related.
Carp Team England came very close to a medal following one of the most incredible comebacks in the history of the World Carp Fishing Championships.
The Sticky duo of Jake and Dan Wildbore achieved second place in the World Carp Masters, pipped to the gold medal by a very strong side fielded by Shimano.
From the 6th October the popular day ticket lake Thorpe Lea Fishery has introduced a new rule that all particles are now banned, with only boilies and carp pellets allowed.