Andy Little, the top all-rounder in UK coarse fishing, shares the secrets of his success catching major freshwater species in this eagerly awaited guide. It is the most authoritative big fish book published for many years and rates as essential reading for anglers of all ages and levels of ability. Every coarse angler will gain valuable insights into the tackle, baits and techniques needed to achieve personal bests from their local waters. There has never been a better time to hunt big fish in British waters as many species have ballooned in size in rivers and lakes accessible to all. This guide cuts through the complexities of the sport to provide positive short cuts to success. It offers detailed coverage of all major coarse species including roach, bream, pike, tench, crucians, barbel, chub, rudd, perch and dace, and carp. Illustrated with striking colour photographs from "Anglers' Mail" photographer Roy Westwood, this is the most up-to-date manual of its kind for one of the country's most popular sports and adds up to the best ever companion for any ambitious angler.
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(235mm x 190mm x 14mm)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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Author Biography - Andy Little
Andy Little is a respected consultant for Fox International, the largest suppliers of specialist and match angling equipment in the UK, and has designed many items of groundbreaking tackle, most notably an innovative carp reel series launched earlier this year. He has been an Angler's Mail columnist for more than 20 years and is regarded as one of the UK's most accomplished big fish all-rounders. Andy has also written for other leading publications worldwide. Videos, books and regular TV appearances have kept him in the public eye for decades. His weekly four-page 'Angling Adventure' series in Angler's Mail is unrivalled in the big fish world. Photographer Roy Westwood is a former editor of Angler's Mail who now freelances for the magazine and produces stirring big fish images. He has edited and photographed numerous angling books for major publishers and was responsible for devising a pioneering Where to Fish series that been mimicked many times in a range of UK publications. These days he chiefly concentrates on angling photography, using Nikon D200s, and has shot every 'Angling Adventure' with Andy Little since launch at home and abroad.